Energy Trust of Oregon serves 2.4 million utility customers of Portland General Electric, Pacific Power, NW Natural, Cascade Natural Gas and Avista in Oregon, and 92,000 customers of NW Natural in Washington. We provide energy efficiency and renewable energy information, technical services and cash incentives for renters, homeowners, multifamily property owners, schools, public entities and commercial and industrial businesses.
With Energy Trust assistance, more than 800,000 homes and businesses throughout Oregon and SW Washington are now more affordable to light, heat, cool and operate. Customers have already saved $6.3 billion on their utility bills, and over time these savings will grow to reach $10.6 billion.
Not a customer of these utilities?
Across the state, Oregonians receive their electric service from three investor-owned electric utilities and 36 consumer-owned electric utilities, and their natural gas service from three investor-owned gas utilities. Customers and communities not served by the five investor-owned utilities listed above and shown in the map may be able to access energy efficiency programs and services through their utility.
The Citizens’ Utility Board of Oregon explains the various electric and natural gas utilities in Oregon, and how they are or are not regulated, in this helpful blog post. Read CUB’s post about electric and natural gas utilities in Oregon.
Not sure who your utility provider is?
Explore the Oregon Department of Energy Find Your Utility website.