To help us develop programs and policies that will best serve Oregonians, the Oregon Department of Energy seeks input from energy experts and community members.
Current advisory and stakeholder groups are listed below.
If you are interested in serving on a current or future group, please sign up to receive email updates from us.
Interested in providing public comments on ODOE-related projects or policies? Visit our Rulemaking page or our Energy Facility Siting page for more information.
Current ODOE Advisory & Stakeholder Groups
|Energy Advisory Work Group
||Reviews and makes recommendations for ODOE's budget; legislative concepts; and planning, policy, and technical analyses.|
|Energy Code Stakeholder Panel||This panel is working to implement Governor Brown's Executive Order 20-04, and will discuss energy code development and code specifications and calculations, and will inform ODOE's code consultation to Oregon’s Building Codes Division.|
|Zero Emission Vehicle Interagency Working Group (ZEVIWG)
||The ZEVIWG is tasked with implementing Governor Kate Brown's Executive Order 17-21, which creates a state-wide goal to increase the number of zero-emission vehicles in the state to 50,000 by the end of 2020.|
Groups Appointed by Oregon's Governor/Legislature
These groups are appointed by Oregon's Governor or Legislature. ODOE staff provide support.
|Energy Facility Siting Council
||Responsible for overseeing the development of large electric generating facilities, high voltage transmission lines, gas pipelines, radioactive waste disposal sites, and other projects.|
|Oregon Global Warming Commission
||Recommends ways to coordinate state and local efforts to reduce Oregon's greenhouse gas emissions, and to recommend efforts to prepare for the effects of climate change.|
|Oregon Hanford Cleanup Board||Provides input to the United States Department of Energy and its regulators on the Hanford cleanup.|
ODOE Participation in Groups Hosted by Other Agencies/Organizations
|Oregon Forest Biomass Working Group
||Forum for sharing, problem solving, and knowledge creation relating to forest biomass. Also offers education, strategic recommendations, and advice regarding biomass.|
|Oregon Ocean Policy Advisory Council
||Makes recommendations on ocean policy, ranging from ocean-based energy generation to developing marine reserves in the territorial sea.|