Attending Efficiency Exchange 2022? Join us for A Taste of Evergreen, a fun virtual cooking event. Connect with Evergreen and other colleagues while learning how to cook a tasty treat, the perfect way to wind down after the first day of the conference. We may not be able to see each other in person, but Read More >
About Evergreen Consulting GroupEvergreen is a full-service energy-efficiency program design and management firm headquartered in Portland, Oregon. With 80+ employees serving utilities and energy organizations across the country, Evergreen is widely recognized for our success with innovative commercial, residential and industrial energy-efficiency initiatives. Since 2006, Evergreen has worked with clients to save more than 2.0 billion kilowatt hours of electricity across nine states. In addition to its B Corp certification, the company has been named to the 100 Best Companies to Work for in Oregon list for 11 straight years.
As a B Corp, Evergreen prioritizes resource conservation, energy efficiency education, and environmental considerations. These three priorities are woven into everything we do. This month is B Corp Month and we’re excited to participate in the global campaign, #BehindtheB. The goal of the campaign is for B Corps to give an inside look at what Read More >
Evergreen Consulting Group has been hired by DTE Energy to launch and manage two pilot programs and a controlled environmental agriculture (CEA) program that will help increase energy cost savings for indoor and hybrid agriculture sites and small business utility customers by reducing energy usage. DTE Energy is a Detroit, Michigan-based diversified energy company delivering Read More >
Attending Efficiency Exchange 2021? Join us for a little networking and fun at Magic & Mixology, a virtual networking event sponsored by Evergreen. As the first social event of the conference, it will be a great time to connect with new acquaintances and familiar colleagues in a festive and relaxed setting. We may not be Read More >
Evergreen Consulting Group Funds Energy-Efficient Lighting Upgrade at Inukai Family Boys & Girls Club
Inukai Family Boys & Girls Club, a nonprofit providing safe, positive places for kids to enjoy fun and engaging after school programs, is the recipient of a free energy-efficient lighting upgrade valued at more than $25,000. Design, labor and materials for the lighting upgrade were donated by Evergreen Consulting Group as part of its annual Read More >
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For more than two decades, Evergreen has accelerated the development and management of trade ally networks across the U.S. to support energy efficiency programs for utilities and energy organizations. Evergreen’s Eric Wilson recently co-authored a paper that details the role one trade ally network has had in achieving objectives for Bonneville Power Administration (BPA). The Read More >
“For the best return on your money, pour your purse into your head.” These are wise words from Benjamin Franklin who, as an inventor, statesman, and scientist, knew a thing or two about the value of education. Franklin’s view of the power of learning still resonates today. Our work with trade allies across the country Read More >
Evergreen Consulting Group, which designs and manages innovative energy and resource efficiency solutions for commercial, industrial, indoor agriculture, and residential energy programs nationwide, has added a Bonneville Power Administration (BPA) residential energy efficiency program to its client portfolio. Evergreen will launch BPA’s Comfort Ready Home program, an initiative designed to improve residential energy efficiency across Read More >
As more states legalize recreational cannabis, the number of indoor grow operations is expanding. At the same time, other Controlled Environment Agriculture (CEA) crops, such as ornamental flowers, houseplants, hemp, produce, and mushrooms, are on the rise too. Because cultivating these products indoors is energy intensive, CEA presents new opportunities for utilities to talk with growers about Read More >