Community Energy Project believes that everyone deserves a safe, healthy, efficient home regardless of income. They do this through education, hands-on training, and distribution of weatherization, and lead poisoning prevention materials. They also provide direct weatherization and safety repairs to seniors and people with disabilities. They deliver these services in partnership with community members and service organizations, utilities, corporations, foundations, and government agencies.
Community Energy Project (CEP) has been invested in sustainability, since inception in 1979. Reducing environmental impact is a core value to the nonprofit.
- Paperless alternatives are encouraged, food waste is composted, and green certified products are used throughout the office.
- Continued education for all employees on sustainability best practices is routine and supported by management.
- Alternative transportation is encouraged and is used by most staff.
- Employees communicate sustainability practices to clients via workshops throughout the Portland area.
2900 SE Stark St. Suite A, Portland, OR