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  • ODOE office closed Monday for Independence Day
    Our office will be closed on Monday, July 4 in observation of Independence Day. We will reopen at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, July 5. 
  • Where does Oregon's electricity come from?
    When you turn your lights on at home, do you ever think about where that electricity comes from? In Oregon, our electricity comes from a variety of resources, from coal and petroleum to nuclear energy. We also use renewable resources – including water, wind, and the sun – to generate electricity. Your home’s electricity could be coming from any (or all!) of these sources. Read more: Oregon's Electricity Mix​
  • Oregon ranks fourth nationwide for energy efficiency

    Oregon is the fourth most energy efficient state in the nation, according to rankings released on last October from the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy. This is the ninth straight year Oregon has been in the Top 10. Read more ​about our statewide work on energy efficiency.​​
  • ODOE launches new blog!
    We have a new blog! Learn all about energy, ODOE programs, innovation, and the latest energy news and trends at http://energyinfo.oregon.gov. We’ll be posting energy-saving tips for your home and workplace, talking about climate change, and sharing success stories from fellow Oregonians making the switch to renewable energy. Bookmark the page or add us to your RSS feed.
  • 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.
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