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PCEF Committee approves process to allocate additional clean-energy funds

Eligible entities can apply for grants between $20 million and $100 million beginning this spring

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You’re invited! Join BPS at the fourth “Climate Conversations with BPS”

Join BPS staff, including PCEF team members, as they share how investments in community-led projects reduce carbon emissions, create economic opportunity and help make our city more resilient as we face a changing climate.

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Portland Housing Bureau awards funding to help preserve 161 units of regulated affordable housing

Funds released in a Fall 2023 solicitation will benefit two projects, Rosemont Court and the Shoreline, helping to maintain affordable housing for low-income seniors and at-risk individuals with significant barriers to permanent housing.

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Bureau of Planning and Sustainability launches Community Responsive Grant opportunities with request for proposals (RFP 3)

RFP 3 will award $40 to $60 million in grants to fund climate projects in Portland.

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Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability’s Cooling Portland program hits two-year, 7,000 unit goal

Program ahead of schedule in reaching and exceeding five-year goal of installing 15,000 energy-efficient heat pump/cooling units.

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Community Responsive Grants request for proposals (RFP 3)

The public comment period on RFP 3 will be open for two weeks, October 26 – November 9, 2023 at 5:00 p.m.

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Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability’s Climate Investment Plan unanimously adopted by City Council

The Bureau’s Portland Clean Energy Community Benefits Fund staff will begin implementation of the Climate Investment Plan with the launch of a Request for Proposals (RFP) for the Community Responsive Grant program.

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PCEF Newsletter Issue 2: The Climate Investment Plan is guided by the needs of our community

The Climate Investment Plan — PCEF’s five-year road map to climate action — represents a pivotal step forward in advancing an equitable, climate-resilient Portland.

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Portland Housing Bureau and Multnomah County Partner to Release $28.8M in Capital Funding for 400+ Affordable Homes

Funds from the Metro Affordable Housing Bond and Multnomah County general fund will target permit-ready projects with remaining budget gaps; funds from the Portland Clean Energy Fund, the Joint Office of Homeless Services, and Section 8 vouchers also available.

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PCEF Newsletter Issue 1: How the Climate Investment Plan advances an equitable, resilient Portland

Earlier this summer, PCEF shared a draft of the Climate Investment Plan – a five-year road map to fund more community-led clean energy projects and climate solutions in Portland.

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