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Thursday, October 8 • 9:00am - 10:00am
Innovation in Community Solar: Using Public/Private Partnerships to Benefit Low Income Subscribers

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Damien Hall

Ball Janik, LLP
Damien Hall is Ball Janik LLP’s Chair of the Land Use and Real Estate practice groups. Mr. Hall represents both property owners and local governments, helping them navigate Oregon’s unique land use requirements and political sensitivities to controlled growth and land development... Read More →

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Carly Sellers

Program Manager, Oregon Shines
Carly Sellers is the Program Manager for Oregon Shines, a Portland based subscriber acquisition and management company focused on Oregon's Community Solar Program. Carly works to build a strong, connected subscriber base for the community solar projects represented by Oregon Shines... Read More →
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Sherrie Villmark

Program Director, Community Energy Project
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Stephania Fregosi

Portland Community College


Thursday October 8, 2020 9:00am - 10:00am PDT
Sunbow Auditorium
  • about Damien Hall is Ball Janik LLP’s Chair of the Land Use and Real Estate practice groups. Mr. Hall represents both property owners and local governments, helping them navigate Oregon’s unique land use requirements and political sensitivities to controlled growth and land development. Mr. Hall’s approach is based on working collaboratively with developers, local government, and communities to establish common objectives and allow clients to achieve their development goals. His practice is focused on urban redevelopment and utility scale renewable energy project siting. In addition to his land use practice, Mr. Hall regularly assists clients with real estate transactions, natural resources law, municipal law, and formation and organization of business entities. Mr. Hall was recognized in 2016 by&nbsp;<em>Portland Business Journal</em> as a member of its esteemed “Forty Under 40.”