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The City of Portland, Oregon

Sustainability at Work

Providing free tools and expertise to achieve your goals

Phone: 503-823-7037

Email: sustainabilityatwork@portlandoregon.gov

Upgrade your lighting and support affordable housing

LAMP program

Looking to upgrade your lighting to energy-efficient LEDs? Consider going through the LAMP program, organized by Lloyd Eco District and open to all businesses in Portland.

Benefits of LAMP

Energy savings: LED lamps and fixtures lower energy use and last a long time, reducing costs and hassle of replacement.

Community benefits: A portion of proceeds help build affordable housing, through Central City Concern.

Cost savings: LED lamps and fixtures come at a bulk purchase price, and it typically pays back your investment in around 2 years.

Service: The vetted provider, Conserve Energy, LLC, will manage product selection and installation and handle the rebate paperwork. Conserve Energy is an Energy Trust of Oregon Performance+ Trade Ally.

Who can get LEDs through LAMP?

Any business, including tenants and property managers. You can get LEDs for an existing workspace, a tenant renovation or a whole building retrofit.

How it works

First, find out if you could benefit from LEDs:

  1. Contact Courtney at Lloyd Eco District to get started: courtney@ecolloyd.org or call her at 310-804-2817.
  2. Courtney will connect you with their contractor, Conserve Energy, LLC.
  3. Conserve Energy will work with you, over the phone or in person, to understand what type of lighting you currently have and provide LED product recommendations and pricing.

Then, if you choose to go forward with a project:

  • Conserve Energy will supply the LED lamps and fixtures, install them (if you desire), and handle all of the Energy Trust of Oregon rebate paperwork.
  • After the project is complete, a donation is sent to Central City Concern, a local social service and affordable housing provider.

Questions?

Contact Courtney at Lloyd Eco District to get started: courtney@ecolloyd.org or 310-804-2817. More information and business testimonials available at the LAMP website.