Thursday, May 10, 8 am – 4:30 pm California Endowment Conference Center, 1111 Broadway, seventh floor, Oakland; or by video-streaming.
Clean Power Healthy Communities is the Bay Area’s premiere event for bringing the benefits of local renewable power to our communities. Read More.
Featured this year are:
- California assemblymember and energy leader Nancy Skinner;
- keynote address by policy shaker Bill Gallegos of Communities for a Better Environment;
- panels featuring 350.org co-founder Jamie Henn, international energy expert Paul Gipe, labor organizer Lisa Hoyos, and many outstanding advocates;
- workshops on game-changing feed-in tariff and Community Choice energy initiatives.
Join a diverse cross-section of climate activists, clean-energy businesses, trade unionists, environmental-justice advocates, and public officials working to address climate change while promoting clean-energy jobs, equitable economic development, and healthy communities.Be part of the most dynamic cross-sectoral meeting of minds on ramping up clean energy in the Bay Area.
General admission is $75; Alliance member tickets are $60. Special Alliance membership plus conference ticket for just $85! Register now! Includes continental breakfast, lunch, and conference materials.
Live video-streaming is available for $10.
Conference sponsorships are also available.
Note: bike to conference!
Clean Power Healthy Communities coincides with Bike to Work Day this year. What better way to celebrate clean power and healthy communities than by bicycling to the conference? The East Bay Bicycle Coalition will be providing free bike valet parking two blocks away at 14th and Broadway from 7 am – 6 pm. And there’s more bike parking at the Bike to Work after-party in old Oakland between Eighth and Ninth, 4:30 – 8:30 pm.