Business Members

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For nearly 50 years, Oregon Environmental Council has been leading the charge for impactful, lasting solutions to Oregon’s environmental challenges. Along our journey, we have been joined by forward-thinking business partners that share our commitment to a healthy Oregon for generations to come.

Entrusted with forging a path for environmental progress by two generations of Oregonians, Oregon Environmental Council actively seeks support from business partners with a demonstrated interest in conducting business in a way that sustains and improves the environment.

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Featured Member: Enhabit

Enhabit is a Northwest non-profit.  We create social impact through better living spaces. To transform the everyday with hands-on human work, we advise homeowners, utilities and local governments to create efficient, healthy and safe living spaces. These efforts, in turn, create flourishing and equitable communities.

We look for ways to demonstrate how better homes deliver multiple community benefits – from health, energy efficiency and climate impacts, to more resilient, stable, affordable and equitable neighborhoods.

Since our start in 2009 (then called Clean Energy Works), we’ve become one of the leading residential improvement programs in the country:

  • 6,000 homes completed with deep energy retrofits – plus a growing track record of seismic, health and solar upgrades.
  • Approximately 600 new construction hires, and hundreds of good jobs maintained through the recession, including establishment of a High Road workforce equity framework with living wages and healthcare benefits for workers.
  • $100 Million dollars of economic activity, including unlocking private capital and deploying public and utility-sector funds.

Enhabit also works closely with local jurisdictions to navigate and solve complex, intractable problems facing today’s communities.

  • Under a Bullitt Foundation grant, we created the ‘Oil Free WA initiative to accelerate progress on CO2 reduction financing to spur climate action in Washington communities.
  • We worked alongside the City of Portland effort to deliver a local ordinance for mandatory disclosure of energy use at time of listing a home for sale. The first-in-nation policy will provide vital information about energy use and costs to buyers and sellers of homes.
  • Enhabit manages a Multnomah County Innovation Lab pilot as innovative rapid-response solution to help bridge Portland’s housing gap. Enhabit’s role in ‘A Place For You’ includes overseeing design and installation, working on site selection, and serving as a point of contact for participants.

Our Business Members Include:




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Hawthorne Auto Clinic
Neil Kelly
Organically Grown Company
Stillwater Sciences


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OEC is also grateful for the generous donations of products and services by many businesses, including:
Eastside Distillery
Portland Timbers