Here’s what we delivered for Portland General Electric, Pacific Power and NW Natural customers:
$38 million in cash-back
incentives to customers
42,961 sites served
$16.3 million saved
on utility bills
492 local trade allies
Electric savings and generation could
power 17,000 homes for a year
Natural gas savings could
heat 5,100 homes for a year
Customer Success Stories
Jun Suzuki and Jackie Kohon
insulated their home to eliminate winter drafts, just one of several energy-saving improvements they’ve made with help from Energy Trust.
Anbu Varatharajan and Durga Nallathambi
installed a solar electric system on their EPS-rated home. It was the 5,000th residential solar system Energy Trust has supported.
Grand Central Baking
upgraded to high-efficiency LED lighting at its
, reducing energy use, cooling load and maintenance.
Mt. Hood Community College
replaced the outdated heating, cooling and ventilation system in the largest building on campus. The new high-efficiency equipment will save the school millions of dollars in energy costs over the next 25 years.
Food Front Cooperative Grocery
invested in energy-efficient exterior lighting at its Hillsdale neighborhood store and
upgraded to a high-efficiency boiler with help from Energy Trust incentives and trade allies.
The projects were among 15
that also qualified for additional grant-funded rebates through the City of Portland’s Bucks for Buildings program.
City of West Linn
upgraded to LED streetlights, saving $20,000 in annual electricity costs.
A high-efficiency pasteurizer is helping
Yoshida Foods International
triple bottling capacity to meet growing customer demand. With an energy-efficient compressed air system and 166-kilowatt solar electric system, the manufacturer is keeping energy costs at bay.
Energy Trust collaborated with the
Portland Water Bureau
to distribute energy- and water-saving showerheads.
Of the 21 homes in the Portland Home Builders Association
Ultimate Open House tour
, 18 were EPS-rated.