Here’s what we delivered for Portland General Electric, Pacific Power and NW Natural customers:
$11.2 million in cash-back
incentives to customers
13,140 sites served
$6.2 million saved
on utility bills
196 local trade allies
Electric savings and generation could
power 7,900 homes for a year
Natural gas savings could
heat 2,000 homes for a year
Customer Success Stories
, the state’s first commercial food waste biogas generating plant, began operating near Junction City.
Sweet Home resident
was among the Oregonians who recycled 800 old refrigerators and donated $30,000 in incentives to Oregon Food Bank.
Hallie Ford Museum of Art
at Willamette University in Salem replaced halogen lamps with LED lamps. The upgrade will help
reduce lighting costs by 75 percent.
downtown fire station in Corvallis
began producing 20 percent of its own power from 150 solar panels. Energy Trust and Pacific Power helped fund the system, which will generate enough energy to save about $3,100 on electricity costs each year.
came online in Independence, Newberg and Scotts Mills.
Energy Trust teamed up with the Northwest Ductless Heat Pump Project to support the
energy-efficiency program for homes and businesses.