CREA supports business and economic opportunities through renewable energy development in a competitive environment. We support use of free enterprise principles to create economically and environmentally responsible electric generation within the State of Oregon.
CREA's Annual Members Meeting coincides with the Association of Oregon Counties (AOC) annual conference. This will take place on Nov. 15, 2022 from 10am - 1pm.
Or broadcast live Via Zoom (link below):
Meeting ID: 814 7654 6221
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Annual Meeting Agenda
Tuesday November 15, 2022: 10am-1:00pm
Graduate Eugene: Wilder Room: 66 E 6th Ave., Eugene, OR 97401
OR Via Zoom:
Meeting ID: 827 4994 4896
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1. Call to Order/Open Agenda - CREA Executive Chair, Commissioner Perkins
- Roll Call/Introductions/Time set aside for issues not presented on the agenda
2. Business Meeting – Chair Perkins 10:15am
- Approve Minutes of Annual Meeting: November, 2021
- Accept Financials
- Executive Committee Election Slate
- Addendum to Reimbursement Policy
3. Eco Northwest Study - TBD 10:30am
Economic Benefits Panel: Judge Joe Dabulskis (Sherman Co.), Commissioner Don Russell - (Morrow Co.), Commissioner Pat Shannon (Gilliam Co.)
Moderator - Chair Perkins - Hood River
4. Hydrogen for Counties - Abraham Mooney (Renewable Hydrogen Alliance) 11:00am
5. Offshore Wind - Shannon Souza (Pacific Ocean Energy Trust: POET)11:30am
Coastal County Panel: Commissioner Cribbins (Coos Co.), Commissioner Boice (Curry Co.),Rep. David Brock Smith (Dist. 1), Commissioner Thompson (Clatsop Co.)
6. Renewable Energy Siting Panel - Oriana Magnera, (VERDE NW) 12:00pm
Siting Panel: Commissioner Williams (Lake Co.), Alan Hickenbottom (Latitude 45), Mike McArthur (CREA)
LUNCH SERVICE also at 12:30pm
7. Adjourn -Chair Perkins 1:00pm
For Minutes, Financials, Slide Presentations and any other materials, please visit our "Agenda, Minutes" Page.
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