Portland Clean Energy Community Benefits Fund seeks proposals for $8.6 million in first round of funding for community projects. Review the Guide to the PCEF grant application process to get started. Application deadline is November 16, 2020.
This policy requires commercial buildings 20,000 square feet and larger to track building energy performance and report this information annually. The goal of this policy is to reduce energy costs and carbon emissions for commercial buildings in Portland in accordance with the Climate Action Plan.
Fix-It Fairs connect Portlanders with experts – and each other – to learn simple, low or no-cost ways to save money and be healthy all year long. Find resources, attend workshops, share your skills, and much more.
The City of Portland adopted the Renewable Fuel Standard in 2006 to regulate minimum blends of biofuels in petroleum-based fuels sold in Portland, with the intent to reduce dependence on non-renewable fossil fuels.
Learn how to green your business, with help from our expert advisors. Find free recycling labels and tips for educating coworkers. And get recognition for your sustainability efforts through our certification program.