Just Launched: NEW Home Energy Assessment Program


(Photo courtesy of The Environmental Center)

Big news: we have a new program offering! Learn all about the Home Energy Assessment Program launch below. We’re hosting two events to offer information about the program, one aimed at community organizations and local officials and one open to the general public who are interested in participating. We’re also excited to share the Winter 2024 recipients of the Rethink Waste Community Innovation Fund, invite you to Green Drinks, and invite contractors to apply as a Solarize Campaign partner!

NEW! Free Home Energy Assessment Program Holds Community Info Session

Our Climate Solutions team is thrilled to add a new program offering to our services: the Home Energy Assessment (HEA) Program.

We invite you to join us for a Community Information Session on Wednesday, June 5th at The Environmental Center from 5:30-6:30pm. This information session is a great opportunity to see if you qualify, ask questions, chat with our program manager, and sign up to participate.


Program Updates

Solarize Campaign Coming Fall 2024

Requests For Proposals are now open for solar contractor partner(s) who are interested in participating in a Solarize Campaign this fall! Please read the RFP and apply by June 14.

An info session will be held this Thursday, May 16 at 12pm at The Environmental Center and on Zoom. Learn more here!

Rethink Waste Community Innovation Fund Adds 8 New Projects

The Rethink Waste Project has selected eight new projects to receive funding through our Community Innovation Fund (CIF) grant program! From plastics to produce, check out these exciting new projects on our blog here.

Registration Open for May Green Drinks at Kobold

Join us at Kobold- The Lair in Bend on Thursday, May 23 from 5-7pm for beverages, appetizers, and networking with fellow sustainability fans!

Please RSVP here to let us know you’re joining!

Opportunity for Community Partners and Elected Officials to Learn About the Home Energy Assessment Program

Do you work with a Community Organization in Central Oregon? Are you a local elected official in Central Oregon? Come learn about how your clients and constituents can benefit from our new Free Home Energy Assessment Program.

When: Thursday, May 30, 1-2pm at The Environmental Center.

Julie Williams, the founder of Seeds for the Sol, will be joining us to lead a discussion about their successful program and how we can achieve success here in Central Oregon.

If you’re interested in connecting your clients/members with the program, come to our Community Partner Launch event to learn more.




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