Events

Browse Events

Browse Events

  • ${ event.StartDate | date } ${ event.StartDate | month }

    ${ event.EventName }

    Time: ${ event.StartTime } - ${ event.EndTime }

    Read More
    ${ event.EventName }

    *${ event.PrivacyStatement }

    • Sector: ${ event.EventCategories | striphtml }
    • Type: ${ event.EventTypes | striphtml }
    • Presenters: ${ event.EventSpeakers }
    • Date: ${ event.StartDate | month } ${ event.StartDate | date }, ${ event.StartDate | year } - ${ event.EndDate | month } ${ event.EndDate | date }, ${ event.StartDate | year }
    • Time: ${ event.StartTime } - ${ event.EndTime }
    • Address: ${ event.EventAddress } ${ event.City }, ${ event.State } ${ event.Postal }
    • Address 2: ${event.EventAddress2}
    • Intended Audience: ${ event.EventAudiences }
    • Fee: ${ event.Cost }
    • Registration Info: ${ event.AdditionalRegistrationInfo }
    • Contact Info: ${ event.ContactEmail }
    • Contact Name: ${ event.Contact }
    • Contact Phone: ${ event.ContactPhone }
    • Documents:
    • Links:

    ${ event.EventDescription }

There are no events based on your search criteria.

Clear Filters

Looks like there has been an error. Please contact our administrator at info@neea.org.

It's that time again - submit session ideas for Efficiency Exchange 2021!

EFX21 Call for Session and Speaker Ideas

The Efficiency Exchange conference will convene virtually on May 25-27, 2021. Energy efficiency professionals from diverse organizations are invited to submit topics for breakout sessions, as well as ideas for speakers, keynotes and topics for opening/closing sessions for the 2021 event. Deadline for submission is January 29, 2021.

Submit your session idea
Training Resources

Additional Trainings Available

NEEA provides professional education programs critical to building energy efficiency capability in the Northwest. Learn the technical and business skills and get access to tools to better incorporate energy efficiency into your business practices.

View Training Resources