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  • ODOE Now Accepting Applications for Renewable Energy Development Grants

    The Oregon Department of Energy has about $2 million in g​rant funds available for Renewable Energy Development projects. Learn more about the program and how to apply. Applications are due February 10, 2017.

  • We moved! Visit us at 550 Capitol St. NE in Salem.
    The Oregon Department of Energy has moved a few blocks east to 550 Capitol St. NE! Our office is located on the first floor. Stopping by for a visit? Check out this information about parking nearby​.
  • Is your family prepared for an extended power outage?
    Tower-rainbow.JPGIt is not very often that Oregonians have to suffer through an extended power outage. Because it rarely happens, many of us are not adequately prepared for one. To help you get through an outage in relative comfort, here is some helpful advice from our friends at Portland General Electric and Pacific Power.
  • Oregon ranks seventh nationwide for energy efficiency
    Oregon is the seventh most energy efficient state in the nation, according to rankings released in September from the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy. This is the 10th straight year Oregon has been in the Top 10. Read more about our statewide work on energy efficiency.​​
  • ODOE's 2017-19 Budget
    ODOE hosted a public meeting on August 16 to provide information on our 2017-19 budget. Click here for more details on our Agency Request Budget for the next biennium.
  • Check Out Our Energy Blog!
    Learn all about energy, ODOE programs, innovation, and the latest energy news and trends at http://energyinfo.oregon.gov. We post energy-saving tips for your home and workplace, talk about climate change, and share success stories from fellow Oregonians making the switch to renewable energy. Bookmark the page or add us to your RSS feed.

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