The Bureau of Planning and Sustainability has an ongoing partnership with local non-profit Enhabit (formerly Clean Energy Works) to make Portland homes safer, healthier, more energy efficient, more comfortable and more valuable. BPS’s partnership with Enhabit is one of many ways the City works with community organizations to implement Portland's Climate Action Plan. Enhabit evolved out of BPS's groundbreaking pilot program, Clean Energy Works Portland, which ran from 2009 - 2011.
Bring greater comfort, health and safety to your home with Enhabit
Through its network of trusted contractors, Enhabit guides homeowners, step-by-step, through the process of choosing the right energy efficiency, health and safety improvements. Enhabit offers homeowners access to a range of “home renewal” services, including financing for energy efficiency upgrades, seismic safety retrofits, solar installation, radon detection, and more. As a non-profit, Enhabit is committed to helping homes, neighborhoods and communities become more resilient.
Join thousands of Oregonians who have already transformed their homes!
Apply at enhabit.org.