Energy Trust’s draft 2022 budget available for public comment in October
Energy Trust will welcome public discuss its Draft 2022 Budget and 2022-2023 Action Plan beginning October 6.
Public comments will be welcomed through October 20.
Energy Trusts budget plan and action strategies offer details on yearly strategies and activities to assist energy consumers and neighborhoods in Oregon and Southwest Washington save energy and generate eco-friendly power.
Discover where Energy Trust prepares to focus its financial investments of energy consumer funds to benefit tenants, house owners, schools, farms and companies, consisting of brand-new deals and methods to reach neighborhoods of color, low- and moderate-income clients and rural neighborhoods who havent benefitted in the past.
Inspect out the budget plan and action strategy website beginning October 6 to review the draft budget plan and submit your remark.
You can also participate in a virtual workshop with Energy Trust staff, board of directors and advisory councils on October 13 for more information and ask questions. The workshop is open to the public.
Energy Trusts budget and action plans are developed collaboratively with energy partners Portland General Electric, Pacific Power, NW Natural, Cascade Natural Gas and Avista, in addition to valued input from stakeholders, customers and the general public.