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In 2007 Oregon set a 2020 greenhouse gas reduction goal that is almost 30% below today's levels. How do we get there? In October the Oregon Global Warming Commission unanimously adopted a roadmap of ideas, pending a public review process. Do you have comments about the Roadmap? Please share them!

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Energy, Utilities, Stationary Sources Committee

Committee Members

Co-Chairs:

  • Angus Duncan* – President, Bonneville Environmental Foundation
  • Gregg Kantor* – President and COO, Northwest Natural

Members:

  • Lisa Adatto – Oregon Director, Climate Solutions
  • Lee Beyer* – Commission Chairman, Oregon Public Utility Commission
  • Rep. Ben Cannon* – State Representative, Oregon State Legislature
  • Tom Chamberlin – President, AFL-CIO
  • Kyle Davis – PacifiCorp
  • Michael Early – Industrial Customers of NW Utilities
  • Bob Jenks – Executive Director, Citizens’ Utility Board of Oregon
  • Eric Lemelson* – Owner, Lemelson Vineyards
  • Tom O’Connor – Oregon Municipal Electric Utilities Association
  • Dick Pedersen* – Director, Oregon Department of Environmental Quality
  • Jim Piro* – President and CEO, Portland General Electric
  • Paula Pyron – Northwest Industrial Gas User
  • John Savage – Commissioner, Oregon Public Utility Commission
  • Thomas R. Wood – Stoel Rives LLP

Oregon Global Warming Commission members are noted with an asterisk.

Committee Scope and Function

The Energy, Utilities and Stationery Sources Committee is focused on reductions in the >60% of Oregon’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions that come from utility-served energy – electricity and gas – for residential, commercial and industrial uses, and the non-energy emissions associated with manufacturing and agriculture. In 2008, the Committee offered recommendations to the Oregon Legislature on the proposed western GHG “cap and trade” system. The Committee is also concerned with managing the economic impacts of expected national carbon reduction policies on Oregon’s economy and the competitiveness of its companies while complying with its GHG reduction obligations. Energy efficiency and process efficiency gains are key components of such strategies.


Committee Meetings

Wednesday, September 8, 2010 - 2:00pm - 5:00pm
Tuesday, December 9, 2008 - 9:30am - 12:00pm
Thursday, November 6, 2008 - 1:30pm - 4:30pm
Monday, October 13, 2008 - 9:00am - 12:00pm
Wednesday, July 9, 2008 - 2:00pm - 4:00pm