1900 SW 4th Ave, Suite 7100, Portland, OR 97201
Wednesday, October 30 2013, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Event Types > Community Events
Washington Future Energy Conference
October 30, Seattle
DoubleTree Hotel – Seattle Airport
The Business of Renewable Energy & Efficiency
Featured Keynote Speakers
Graham Richard, CEO, Advanced Energy Economy, a national association of businesses and business leaders striving to transform public policy to enable rapid growth of advanced energy businesses. Graham Richard served as mayor ofFort Wayne,Indiana, from 2000 to 2008, following a 20-year career in business, as principle of Graham Richard & Associates and partner in Ruffolo Richard LLC.
Bill Ritter Jr., Director, Center for the New Energy Economy, a privately funded initiative at Colorado State University providing policy makers, governors, planners, and other decision makers with a roadmap to accelerate the nationwide development of the new energy economy. Ritter was elected asColorado's 41st governor in 2006, and built consensus to tackle some of our state's biggest challenges. During his four-year term, Ritter establishedColorado as a national and international leader in clean energy, by building a new energy economy.
The conference for those building the new energy economy.
Now in its fourth year, the Washington Future Energy Conference has become the state’s “must-attend” clean energy event. Presented by Northwest Environmental Business Council and the Washington State Department of Commerce, this unique conference provides an unmatched forum for learning, networking, and business development – bringing together members of the energy industry, energy end-users, policy makers, and economic development professionals.
Connecting policy with practice, and addressing the industry’s current challenges and opportunities,
with content covering:
- The Context for Clean Energy in Washington
- The Business of Renewable Energy
- Energy Efficiency in Buildings
- New Fuels for Transportation
This year’s conference includes “Futures Roundtable” open-dialog sessions.