February 21, 2018
1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Portland Public Schools
501 N Dixon St.
Portland, OR 97227
To register, please visit our new site: PortlandGeneral.com/Classes
Free class for non-profit organizations
PGE’s renewable power program is the most successful of its kind in the country—for eight years running. When a customer chooses to purchase renewable power from PGE’s Green Future program, a portion of their purchase funds the Renewable Development Fund (RDF). The RDF offers competitive funding awards to applicants deploying their own clean energy projects within PGE’s service territory. This free class will provide interested non-profits with information on developing the best project application for RDF funding.
This class will help you:
• Understand how the RDF can be used
• Differentiate between good and bad applications
• Create an effective application
• Navigate funding timeline
Who will benefit?
This class is specifically designed to help non-profit organizations that own their building to create strong applications to request RDF funding.
• Non-profit grant writers
• Facility managers
• Energy managers
Dan Janosec, Portland General Electric
Dan first became interested in environmental education while working for The Center for Resource Conservation, a non-profit in Boulder, Colorado. As a Teaching Assistant at UC Davis, he taught undergraduate engineering students while earning his Master’s International degree in Environmental Engineering, tying his education to his Peace Corps service in the Philippines. Upon moving to Portland, he worked as a designer at a local solar company before transitioning to his current role as Renewable Development Fund Project Manager.