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Community Partner Funding

Community Partner Funding (CPF) is a set of increased incentives that participating community-based organizations can access for their clients. For an organization to be eligible to enroll in the CPF pathway, they must serve, or be developing an offer that serves, at least one of the following:

  • People experiencing low to moderate incomes (LMI)
  • Communities of color
  • Rural communities
  • Indigenous communities
  • Veterans
  • People experiencing disabilities

The resources below are intended to support enrolled community partners and any supporting contractors. Please contact your regional Account Manager with any additional questions.

Customer Eligibility

  • Must be a client of a community-based organization enrolled in CPF
  • Eligible housing types: detached single-family home, existing manufactured home, and small multifamily properties (duplexes, triplexes, fourplexes and side-by-side units, with no residences above or below, such as a townhome)
  • Property must be serviced by Portland General Electric, Pacific Power, NW Natural, Cascade Natural Gas or Avista

Onboarding Resources

Program Incentive Guide: To see all available CPF incentives and requirements

Home Energy Assessment Resources

CPF Project Paperwork Requirements

For Home Energy Assessments:

  1. 300 CPF: Customer Authorization Form (Word Doc/PDF)
  2. HEA Data Intake Form (Word Doc/Fillable PDF)

For Installed Measures (Insulation, HVAC, etc.):

  1. 300 CPF: Customer Authorization Form (Word Doc/PDF)
  2. CPF Project Details Form (Word Doc)
  3. Project Invoice

Submit all projects to communitypartners@energytrust.org and CC’ your regional Account Manager for awareness/review. Please include in the subject line of your email your organization name and your client’s street address.

Home Energy Efficiency Education Collateral

The following Energy Trust collateral pieces provide additional home energy efficiency education that can be shared with clients during home energy assessments.

Please contact your Energy Trust Account Manager to place orders for printed quantities of any of the below collateral pieces at no expense.

For additional information about Community Partner Funding, please contact Patrick Murphy, program consultant, at 503.548.1623.