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Energy Trust invites public comment on draft 2019 budget

Created 10/12/2018 by Kate Hanson
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Energy Trust of Oregon invites your feedback on its draft annual budget and two-year action plan. The 2019 budget will guide program and outreach strategies that help Oregon and southwest Washington utility customers save energy and generate renewable power. View the draft budget, action plan and key dates for public input.

The draft budget is available for public comment from October 10 through October 31, 2018, and comments may be emailed to info@energytrust.org. Alternatively, please mail comments or submit them in person to Energy Trust, 421 SW Oak St., Suite 300, Portland, OR 97204.

Energy Trust Executive Director Michael Colgrove will present the draft 2019 budget and two-year action plan in an online webinar, accessible on-demand from October 17 through October 31. New this year, the draft budget will also be presented to our Board of Directors in a public workshop held on October 17, which is open to stakeholders and the public at Energy Trust’s office.

The budget and action plan are developed collaboratively with Portland General Electric, Pacific Power, NW Natural, Cascade Natural Gas and Avista to deliver least-cost energy efficiency included in their long-term resource plans. In addition, the budget supports development of small-scale generation from a variety of renewable energy resources in PGE and Pacific Power territories. Projects and actions resulting from our plans will save money on participant utility bills, reduce carbon emissions and improve local economies.

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