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Public Purpose Charge Reports


Electricity bills in Oregon include a public purpose charge. This helps fund energy conservation, efficiency, and renewable projects in the state. Three entities administer the funds to accomplish five public purposes.
 
OHCS prepares financial reports to provide key financial information. These reports detail the performance of specific funding streams in OHCS programs. OHCS subgrantees (local community-based agencies) spend these funding streams. The subgrantees deliver services in their local communities through:
  • Marketing
  • Client meetings
  • Eligibility determinations
  • Contracting for goods and services
In most cases, subgrantees must pay for the expense before applying for reimbursement. OHCS completes these reports on a cash basis of accounting. This provides timely information about the funding streams. As a result, the balances do not reflect the impact of what can be significant expenses of subgrantees. These are expenses they incurred but have not yet been reimbursed.

OHCS categorized reports for the following funding streams:
  • Overall Public Purpose Charge Fee Receipts
  • Energy Conservation Helping Oregonians Program
  • Housing Development Grant Program
  • Multifamily Weatherization Program
  • Oregon Energy Assistance Program

Program Quarterly Reports
Ending
03/31/2018
Ending
06/30/2018
Public Purpose Charge Fee Receipts​
X​LS XLS
Energy Conservation Helping Oregonians
XLS XLS
Housing Development Grant
XLS XLS
Multifamily Weatherization
XLS XLS
Oregon Energy Assistance
XLS XLS


For more information, contact:
Public Affairs
Phone: 503-986-2000


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