that Pacific Lamp’s Beaverton showroom features the largest collection of antique lamps on the west coast? Historic lights and lamps date as far back as the 1880s.
More Information on Financial Incentives Available through The Energy Trust of Oregon
The Energy Trust of Oregon is an independent nonprofit organization dedicated to helping Oregonians benefit from saving energy. They work with the customers of Portland General Electric, Pacific Power, NW Natural and Cascade Natural Gas. Their work has saved Oregonians nearly $600 million in energy costs since 1999.
Pacific Lamp Wholesale is proud to be a trade ally of the Energy Trust of Oregon. They've been one of the top award-winning performers for 14 consecutive years.
There’s more information on the Energy Trust of Oregon and its programs at their website.
Programs offered by the Oregon Department of Energy
Pacific Lamp Wholesale also supports the Oregon Department of Energy’s programs that encourage energy efficiency, including the Business Income Tax Credit Program (BETC) and the State Energy Loan Program (SELP). Find out more here.
Pacific Lamp is happy to work with businesses to help ensure that they get the maximum benefit from these programs. If you are considering an energy efficient lighting upgrade, call us at 503.643.6516 to find out how the Energy Trust of Oregon and the Oregon Department of Energy can help defray your costs.
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"A conversation with an OR Energy Trust representative determined that our Church and the school in the lower level, would greatly benefit from a lighting upgrade, and directed us to Mr. Tom Fowler, of Pacific Lamp. Tom responded quickly to our inquiry, completed our needs analysis within days, and expedited the application process to ensure it would meet the fast approaching deadline.
Within six weeks, the lighting upgrade was put into motion. The work crew was fast, efficient and personable. Equally important, the men worked carefully around the church and school furnishings, and took the time to vacuum and sweep the floors as a final step.
Circumstances required that the work be done outside of regular work hours, and Pacific Lamp was more than flexible with this request, starting late in the day and working well into the evening. There were a few details that required follow-up, which were attended to promptly.
The energy analysis predicted the Church would recoup its investment dollars in this project within a year and a half, and it is with great anticipation and excitement, that we receive our monthly bill to see that prediction bear its truth."