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Uptown Apartments, Vancouver, Washington
Commercial

Uptown Apartments, Vancouver, Washington 3,540 annual therms saved, $2,800 annual energy cost savings

With apartment complexes popping up all over Vancouver, Washington, Cascadia Development Partners needed their latest building to stand out. That’s why they worked with Energy Trust of Oregon and NW Natural to install energy-efficient equipment that would lower energy costs for residents at the Uptown Apartments.

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Portland Rescue Mission, Portland
Renewable Energy

Portland Rescue Mission, Portland 120,000 annual kilowatt hours saved, $12,000 annual energy cost savings

For Portland Rescue Mission, a nonprofit that provides shelter and services to break the cycle of homelessness, addiction and despair, installing a solar electric system seemed like a far off dream. With the help of Twende Solar, $38,300 in cash incentives from Energy Trust of Oregon, volunteers and donated materials, its dream became a reality.

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ilani Casino Resort, Ridgefield, Washington
Commercial

ilani Casino Resort, Ridgefield, Washington 51,300 annual therms saved, $41,100 annual energy cost savings

Energy Trust of Oregon supports business customers of NW Natural in Washington. At ilani Casino Resort, on the Cowlitz Indian Tribe’s 150-acre reservation, the management team knows the importance of being good energy stewards for their community. Working with Energy Trust helped make installing energy-efficient equipment during construction more affordable.

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Deschutes Growery, Bend
Agriculture

Deschutes Growery, Bend Estimated annual savings: $197,000

LED lighting and a solar electric system help Deschutes Growery slash annual energy use by an estimated 2.5 million kilowatt hours—furthering its sustainability goals.

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Valley Pines, Medford
Multifamily

Valley Pines, Medford Estimated Annual Savings: $11,000

Valley Pines Apartments–a 1970s-era, 120- unit apartment building provides affordable housing for low-income families and individuals in Medford. Facility management contacted Energy Trust of Oregon to help identify energy-saving opportunities that would qualify for cash incentives. Valley Pines upgraded water heaters and lighting and reduced energy costs by $11,000 annually.

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Cloud Cover Cannabis, Portland
Agriculture

Cloud Cover Cannabis, Portland Estimated annual savings: $52,000

At Cloud Cover Cannabis, a cannabis producer in Portland, rooftop HVAC units with hot gas reheat offer independent control of temperature and humidity and estimated savings of 37 percent.

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