Go Clean Energy

Where Great Minds Meet to Empower a Just Transition
Central Oregon’s Premier Event Focused on Business and Energy

 Whether you are a landowner, government worker, property owner, business, nonprofit organization, or an individual, there will be tracks to benefit you.

The second annual Energy Conference where business, government, organizations and individuals will connect on the most pressing issues and opportunities about energy.

How do you get started towards the Energy Transition? At Go Clean Energy, we’re convening all the players, both rural and urban, who will share their success stories and give you the how-to’s, from incentives, to finance, to where, and when.

Come, be a part of it. Your support demonstrates your commitment to this community by elevating the discussion in Central Oregon as we engage community leaders.

 When: Friday, July 13: all day event.
How: Panel, keynotes, discussions, evening social, vendor displays.
Where: Hollingshead Barn, an indoor/outdoor venue, at 1235 NE Jones Rd, Bend

Testimonials from 2016

“The 2016 350Deschutes conference was a powerful meeting of like-minded individuals, NGOs, consultants, and municipal representatives. The discussions were passionate, full of useful information, and structured for action. If you are concerned about the health of our planet and its residents, you don’t want to miss this year’s meeting. Plan on staying for the entire meeting, you will not regret it.”
Eileen Obermiller


“The 2016 Climate Conference was an amazing event. Not only did I learn more about what climate change means for Central Oregon but it was a great networking opportunity that spawned creative partnerships that I am still working with today. Great keynote speaker and presenters!”
Jason Bradley

“To understand what we need to do, the 350 Deschutes conference is the leading event in Bend. It is empowering to know that we can win this one. This conference is a great forum to learn what has to happen across the country, in our region, and right here in Bend!”
Brian Barry