Energy Trust of Oregon Selects ICF for Commercial-Building Energy Efficiency Contract

Energy Trust of Oregon Selects ICF for Commercial-Building Energy Efficiency Contract

On March 14, Energy Trust of Oregon – a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping 1.5 million utility customers in the Beaver State, as well as in southwest Washington, to save energy and generate renewable power – announced the selection of Fairfax, Virginia-based ICF to manage its energy efficiency program for existing commercial buildings.

Willamette Valley Utility Customers Save $6.8M on Energy Bills in 2014

Willamette Valley Utility Customers Save $6.8M on Energy Bills in 2014

The nonprofit Energy Trust of Oregon, which is funded by several of the state’s utilities, has accelerated efforts to reach more areas of the state with its energy-saving and renewable power programs for residential customers, small and large businesses, manufacturers, farmers and schools. With help … Read more…

Oregon Energy Trust Awards Contract

Oregon Energy Trust Awards Contract

The Oregon Energy Trust has awarded a competitively bid contract in its New Buildings program to PECI. The program promotes energy efficiency in new commercial buildings and major renovations. PECI is a Portland-based nonprofit that works to advance energy efficiency and create a more sustainable … Read more…

Energy Trust of Oregon Saves 71% of 2012 Electricity Target in Q4

Energy Trust of Oregon Saves 71% of 2012 Electricity Target in Q4

Electricity efficiency projects completed during the final quarter of 2012 by the nonprofit Energy Trust of Oregon are expected to save 29.3 average MW of electricity, according to results released by the body. That translates to about 71 percent of the Energy Trust’s 2012 electric … Read more…

US, Canada ‘Lead World’ in Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs

US, Canada ‘Lead World’ in Industrial Energy Efficiency Programs

BC Hydro, Detroit Edison and Enbridge are among the utilities whose energy-efficiency acquisition programs are providing savings for industrial customers, according to a report by the Institute for Industrial Productivity (IIP) and the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE).

The report, Energy Efficiency Resource Acquisition Program Models in North America, looks at eight programs across the United States and Canada that have successfully secured energy efficiency as a resource to meet current and future regional energy needs. The other five entities whose programs are highlighted include: Bonneville Power Administration, Wisconsin Focus on Energy, Energy Trust of Oregon, Efficiency Vermont and NYSERDA.

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