Energy Trust of Oregon Requests Proposals for Residential Program Management and Delivery Services

Energy Trust of Oregon is now seeking proposals from qualified organizations interested in and capable of providing residential program management services and/or program delivery for specific residential market-focused program offerings. It is Energy Trust board policy and national best practice to periodically put contracts out to bid with the objective of delivering effective services and…

Energy Trust of Oregon Approves New Tools to Make Solar More Affordable

  Solar prices have dropped dramatically in recent years, and now Energy Trust of Oregon is helping to lower them further.   In the past, Energy Trust required that the solar resource be measured at the installation site— usually a rooftop. Energy Trust now allows contractors to use approved remote shading analysis tools. The first…

New report shows Oregonians saved $362 million on energy bills in 2015

Energy Trust of Oregon helped 1,080 Eastern Oregon homeowners and businesses benefit from clean energy innovations Energy Trust of Oregon announced today its 2015 annual results, including utility bill savings of $362 million for participating customers. Energy Trust is a nonprofit helping utility customers save energy in their homes and businesses, and invest in renewable…

Energy Trust Helps Oregonians Prepare for Darker Days and Longer Nights

New online tool shows how to make the switch to energy-efficient lighting. Oregonians rely more on light bulbs to keep homescozy and bright during the dark days and long nights of winter. Residents can replace their outdated incandescent light bulbs with energy-efficient LED lighting to save energy and money all season long, and Energy Trust…

Energy Trust of Oregon Helps Businesses Save on Lighting Costs

Oregon businesses switch to energy-efficient LED lighting at record pace Business owners across Oregon are saving money and energy thanks to a new era of energy-efficient LED lighting products.   Lighting accounts for 35 percent of a typical commercial building’s electricity use. With Energy Trust support, businesses can cut up to 75 percent of lighting…