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THE LATEST CHAMBER NEWS

2016 GREEN FORUM & EXPO NOW A ONE-DAY EVENT

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The Huntington Beach Green Forum & Expo will now be hosted as one event on Thursday, Oct 6. Both will promote “A Night of Energy: Plug in to the Future” at Senior Center in Central Park at 4 p.m.


The Green Forum is designed to educate businesses on how to save money and be informed about sustainable efforts that can affect their business both locally and globally. President of the California Public Utilities Commission Michael Picker will be the keynote speaker, with a message on city sustainability efforts by Mayor Jim Katapodis. The event will also feature an interactive game show, networking opportunities and a chance to see the future of energy from various companies.

The Green Expo, now a free-to-the-public exhibitor showcase, will take place from 4-6 PM prior the Forum, and aims to educate the community on local sustainable businesses and what companies are doing to conserve energy.

Admission to participate in the Green Forum inside the Senior Center is $30 per person, and includes a drink ticket, heavy hors d’oeuvres and dessert. Registration deadline for the Green Forum has been extended to Friday, September 30. Sponsorship packages and exhibit booths are still available. CLICK HERE TO BECOME A SPONSOR OR EXHIBITOR

For more information, please CLICK HERE. For event questions or inquiries, please contact Events & Programs Director Phoenix Freeman or Coordinator Tamara Clark with the Huntington Beach Chamber at pfreeman@hbcoc.com / tclark@hbcoc.com or 714-500-6108.


3 OUT OF 4 HUNTINGTON BEACH VOTERS SUPPORT HUNTINGTON BEACH DESALINATION PROJECT
Huntington Beach, Calif. - OC WISE, a diverse, non-partisan coalition that supports the development of all forms of new, local drought-proof water for Orange County, commissioned a survey of Huntington Beach voters to determine their knowledge, understanding and level of support for various means of water supply including the proposed seawater desalination project in Huntington Beach.

When asked how they thought local water agencies should ensure reliable local water supplies seawater, desalination was... click here to read the full article. To view the City of Huntington Beach Likely Voter Survey - Report on Results, CLICK HERE.

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