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Governor's 10-Year Energy Action Plan

Energy is THE issue of our time – both globally and here in Oregon – and no single issue will have a greater impact on our state’s economy, environment and quality of life in the coming decade. The central question is whether we will shape our energy future through intentional investment and development, or whether it will shape us.

This 10-Year Energy Action Plan takes a practical approach to the challenge, focusing on specific initiatives that move the dial in the short term and can be scaled up over time. It is also an economic action plan, emphasizing priorities that can get Oregonians back to work on energy-related projects in urban and rural communities across the state.

The Draft 10-Year Energy Action Plan was created with input, advice and technical assistance of hundreds of Oregonians and organizations.

Governor's 10-Year Energy Action Plan (DRAFT)


Governor's 10-Year Energy Action Plan - Appendices

  1. Oregon Energy Task Force Report and Recommendations to the Governor

  2. Task Force Addendum Including Design Team Reports

  3. Building a Clean Energy Future and Safeguarding Oregon’s Natural Environment

  4. Sixth Northwest Conservation and Electric Power Plan

  5. 2011-2013 State of Oregon Energy Plan

  6. Oregon Public Utility Commission Report on Distributed Generation

  7. Oregon Energy Planning Commission, 2010 Report

  8. Oregon Global Warming Report to Legislature, 2011

  9. Financial and Economic Impact of the Business Energy Tax Credit, Final Report, May 2011