Energy Savings at Your Fingertips

Evaluate Your Home >

Evaluate Your Home

Get an assessment of your home’s energy use online or at home.

Find a Contractor >

Contractor

Search for a qualified contractor who can complete your project and help you get cash incentives.

Forms >

Forms

Find our residential forms here.

Low-Cost and No-Cost Tips >

No-Cost

Simple ways to save energy and money at home year-round.Learn more >

Tips for Renters

Replace incandescent bulbs with compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFLs)

Unplug battery chargers for phones, laptops and other devices when not in use

Install water-saving showerheads and faucet aerators

Ask your property manager to repair leaky toilets and faucets

Keep cool in hot weather with these tips to beat the heat (PDF)

Download the full checklist (PDF)

Energy Saver Kit >

Our free Energy Saver Kit includes simple, easy-to-install tools that instantly change the way you use energy.

Online Home Energy Profile >

Do you rent a house? This free, easy tool will evaluate your energy use in less than 10 minutes.

Weatherize it >

Community Energy Project hosts free weatherization workshops in Portland for renters. And Oregon Housing and Community Services administers energy and weatherization programs for income-qualified renters.

EPS >

EPS™, an energy performance scoring tool brought to you by Energy Trust of Oregon, measures a newly built home's energy consumption, estimated utility costs and carbon footprint.

Smart Homebuyer Checklist >

Download a Smart Homebuyer Checklist to help you in your search for an energy-efficient home.