Energy Trust of Oregon’s Draft 2022 Budget and 2022-2023 Action Plan is now available for public review. As a nonprofit organization investing utility customer funds, we value input on our budget, goals and priorities from the customers we serve. The public comment period for our draft 2022 budget concluded on October 20. We appreciate your participation and invite you to stay involved by checking back here on December 10 to see our final proposed budget.
The Final Proposed 2022 Budget and 2022 Action Plan will be presented to our board of directors for consideration in a public meeting on December 17. It will include a summary of public comments along with an explanation of how those comments may have influenced the revised budget.
The Draft 2022 Budget and 2022-2023 Action Plan outlines our strategies to help customers and communities save energy and generate renewable power, including new offers and approaches to reach people of color, low- and moderate-income customers and rural communities who may not have benefitted in the past. In the meantime, download the Draft 2022 Budget and 2022–2023 Action Plan:
Video highlights of our draft budget
Watch a short video of Executive Director Michael Colgrove and Director of Energy Programs Tracy Scott highlighting the key takeaways of the draft 2022 budget.
Budget workshop learning sessions
Check out recordings of the learning sessions from our budget workshop in October, where staff go in-depth on key areas of focus from our 2022 action plan.
- Business Lighting initiative
- Commercial sector, including multifamily
- Community-led approaches
- Industry and Agriculture sector
- Organizational DEI initiatives
- Residential sector
- Solar program
You can also view the presentations from each learning session here: