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Logos Public Charter School, Medford

Logos Public Charter School, Medford ESTIMATED ANNUAL SAVINGS: $17,580

Logos Public Charter School recently moved into a customized facility to better meet the needs of their students and staff. The new campus now has energy-efficient features that will help lower costs while expanding learning opportunities.

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CraterWorks Makerspace, Central Point

CraterWorks Makerspace, Central Point ESTIMATED ANNUAL SAVINGS: $5,000

Central Point, Oregon has a new home for creative thinkers who like to dream big. From woodworking and 3D printing, to metalwork and graphic design, if you can think it, you can do it at CraterWorks makerspace. It’s no surprise that a building that focuses so much on creativity also has a thoughtful, sustainable design, and Energy Trust of Oregon was happy to lend support.

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Aalto Modern Apartments, Portland


The Aalto Modern Apartments, a 1960’s-era apartment complex in Northeast Portland, upgraded the floor insulation in 12 ground floor units increasing tenant comfort and helping residents save on annual energy bills.

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Bethlehem Inn, Bend

Bethlehem Inn, Bend Estimated annual savings: $16,700

Formerly located in a 1960s motel, Bethlehem Inn, which offers temporary housing, meals and more for those experiencing homelessness, now boasts two new buildings that are models of energy efficiency and renewable energy. Over the past three years, the Bend nonprofit worked closely with Energy Trust on its Family Residence and Service Hub, which shelters up to 10 families and includes a commercial kitchen, and its Next Steps building, which accommodates up to 112 single adults.

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Steve Campbell, Southern Oregon
Trade Ally

Steve Campbell, Southern Oregon Trade ally seals 3,000 homes in Southern Oregon

Steve Campbell has helped nearly 3,000 manufactured home owners across Southern Oregon. Because of the statewide Energy Trust offering that pays cash incentives to him and other contractors for testing and sealing ducts in manufactured homes, Campbell is able to provide his critical services for free.

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Linda Hardesty, Bend

Linda Hardesty, Bend Program helps family afford new heat pump for manufactured home

For years, Bend resident Linda Hardesty had been frustrated with her electric furnace. It was so inefficient it sometimes cost her $600 a month to heat her and her husband’s 1,500 square-foot manufactured home. They often set the thermostat extra low to save money. “Our only income is Social Security,” she said, “so it was beyond our financial means to upgrade the heating system.”

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