Energy Trusts draft 2022 budget is available for public remark now through October 20.
Check out all about the draft budget here, including a spending plan overview, supporting memos, action plans and financial declarations.
The draft spending plan and action plans supply information on how Energy Trust will help utility customers and communities in Oregon and Southwest Washington conserve energy and create renewable power in 2022. The spending plan was built around 4 objectives:
With these goals as a guide, Energy Trust has proposed a budget plan that would invest $213 million to save 50.1 average megawatts of electrical energy, 6.8 million yearly therms of gas and generate 4 average megawatts of renewable power. It would do so by dispersing nearly $117 million in money incentives to clients for tasks that create and conserve energy.
Public talk about the draft spending plan are because of Energy Trust by 5 p.m. PST on October 20. Remarks may be emailed to email@example.com with the subject line “Budget Comment” or mailed to Energy Trust of Oregon, 421 SW Oak St., Suite 300, Portland, Oregon 97204.
On October 13, Energy Trust will host a virtual workshop with its personnel, board of directors and advisory councils to read more about the budget plan. The workshop is open to the public. Find out how to take part.
Energy Trusts spending plan and action strategies are developed collaboratively with energy partners Portland General Electric, Pacific Power, NW Natural, Cascade Natural Gas and Avista, along with valued input from stakeholders, consumers and the public.
Accomplish savings and sustainable generation objectives while resolving the requirements of customers who experience considerable energy burden or are impacted by disaster occasions
Broaden support for community-led approaches to increase access to clean energy
Develop advancement capabilities that will allow us to increase moneying to deliver more savings and generation and broaden our ability to fulfill changing client and energy system requires
Implement new work techniques to adapt and thrive in our altering environment while supporting personnel and handling operating expense
On October 13, Energy Trust will host a virtual workshop with its personnel, board of directors and advisory councils to discover more about the budget. The workshop is open to the public. Find out how to participate.