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​Efficiency Exchange
Efficiency Exchange 2020 Conference Canceled -
BPA and NEEA conference planners have been carefully tracking updates related to COVID-19 to determine how best to prioritize the health and safety of the energy efficiency community. The importance of being pro-active in controlling the spread of the virus has led us to the difficult decision to cancel our 2020 Efficiency Exchange Conference scheduled for May 12-13, 2020 in Portland, OR. 
We have stopped taking registrations and will be providing refunds for those who have already registered for the conference. The Hyatt Regency Portland will be in touch directly with anyone who has reserved a room with them.
While taking this action removes an opportunity for us to meet, network and exchange best practices, we’re confident it’s the prudent thing to do. The planning team will be seeking ways to leverage the compelling content that’s already been developed for use in future online learning or collaboration opportunities. Thank you for your understanding.
Efficiency Exchange is a collaborative effort between BPA and NEEA and is the premier networking and learning conference for energy efficiency professionals from across the Northwest.  Attendees from public and private utilities, consulting and research firms, government and non-profit organizations will come together to learn and connect to help the region more effectively achieve its energy savings goals. Official Website
The 2021 conference will be held on May 25-26 in Coeur d'Alene, ID at the Coeur d'Alene Hotel Conference Center.
​Utility Roundtables

Utility roundtables are smaller regional gatherings that provide a unique chance to discuss more localized issues. To help bolster this effort BPA organizes a series of regional utility roundtables to be conducted in several different Northwest regions. Each meeting features informative presentations and provides an open forum for discussions on program development.

​Utility Roundtable Presentations