The Opportunity Council is soliciting letters of interest and statements of qualifications from consulting and/or legal firms to conduct work for The Energy Project through December 31, 2018. The Energy Project is a collaborative initiative between the Washington Community Action Partnership and the State of Washington Department of Commerce that strives to improve affordable access […]
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Michael Breish (rhymes with “Yeesh”), currently a Senior Utility Analyst at the Oregon Public Utility Commission, has joined the NW Energy Coalition as a Policy Analyst. Michael will analyze and develop policies relating to transportation electrification, renewable natural gas, distribution system planning, and strategies for reducing carbon emissions as they relate to the electric and natural gas utility industry. […]
The Energy Efficiency Policy Associate will analyze, develop and advance energy efficiency, demand response and low-income energy policy and program implementation, and address other utility regulatory issues affecting clean energy. In order to foster the development of and create a market for the next generation of energy efficiency products and services, this position will advocate for […]
Join the NW Energy Coalition on May 5th, 2017 for our Spring 2017 NW Clean & Affordable Energy Conference, the region’s premier clean energy conference! Today’s most important energy topics will be addressed, including the role of federal and local governments in the energy sector, the possibilities for clean portfolio development by utilities, the debate […]
Two clean energy pioneers have been honored for their efforts with NW Energy Coalition Headwaters awards. Coalition executive director Nancy Hirsh recently presented colorful plaques and vials of water drawn from the headwaters of the Columbia River – Columbia Lake in British Columbia, to Alan Zelenka and Mike Nelson.
The CUB Policy Center is pleased to announce its fifth annual policy conference, Utility 2025: Building the Northwest’s Energy Future. Imagine it is the year 2025. The Conference will explore the challenges and opportunities that NW utilities face in the coming decade. The program is specifically designed to educate utility analysts, policy analysts, attorneys, industry professionals, stakeholders, and others working in and around the energy industry.
The forum agenda is designed to appeal to a broad array of Montana wind stakeholders, including landowners, county officials, rural bankers, agricultural producers, policy makers, manufacturers, developers, educators, researchers, advocates, utilities, economic development specialists, energy specialists, government officials, analysts, and regulatory personnel.
Event: BPA webinar/brainstorming session on how it can support utility weatherization programs after October 2015 (7/9/15)
As a result of the RTF’s recalibration of the SEEM modeling tool, weatherization measures both savings and payments will be significantly reduced on October 1st, 2015. Several customers have contacted BPA program staff to provide input and suggestions on how to manage through this change, but they would like to hear from more of their customers.
BPA’s Energy Efficiency Marketing Portal will allow utility customers and their partners to customize efficiency marketing materials with their own logo, contact info, copy and imagery and download a print ready file for use in their own territories.
This Energy Efficiency Program Manger interacts with research scientists, project team members, and external customers to achieve program success. The position requires general knowledge of program management principles and skills, such as program planning, budgeting, and scheduling and computer-based spreadsheet and report generation tools to perform the work. This person will manage, lead, develop and conduct energy efficiency research and technical assistance activities within the EMP Group, with guidance from the Energy Efficiency Team Leader.