Efficiency Exchange 2017 Recap

Conference highlights energy efficiency in the Northwest, and we were there

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The Efficiency Exchange conference, held in Portland, Oregon in May, has become the largest gathering of energy efficiency professionals in the Northwest. It's an opportunity for program managers, policy analysts, and vendors to share information and discuss their successes and challenges in improving energy efficiency.

We were there and talked to some people about what they're doing to help move energy efficiency forward.

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