When the first hydroelectric dams were installed on the Columbia River, power ‘too cheap to meter’ was going to electrify the grid of the Northwest. Now, Oregonians spend over $6 billion dollars on energy annually, with the majority of that money going out of state.
Whether you are considering a remodeling an existing building or designing a new one, energy efficiency is the key to insulating you (pun intended) from the rising cost of energy. Energy efficiency helps to keep money recirculating in the local community and prevents the necessity of building new coal, natural gas and nuclear power plants in the future.
Energy Design is dedicated to saving our clients money on their energy bills while reducing their carbon footprint. It is our belief that every kilowatt truly counts.