People are invited to learn how to live more sustainably at the Go Clean Energy Conference on Oct. 3.
The conference, held by environmental group Deschutes 350, will provide examples of how to save money through new and continuing incentives, tax credits, and cash rebates by using green energy.
Session topics include local and regional examples in clean transportation, energy, solar storage, as well as lighting, heating, cooling and energy management options for businesses. Incentives and projects will also be presented for low to moderate income communities.
The third annual Clean Energy Conference will be held from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Trinity episcopal Church on NW Wall Street. Tickets cost $35 for early registration.