Oregon Energy Coordinators Association
Oregon Energy Coordinators Association (OECA) is a non-profit professional organization working to develop and provide better energy solutions for Oregon’s low income households. OECA’s membership includes representatives from Community Action organizations, state agencies, tribal organizations, public and private utilities and other non-profit organizations.
Working in collaboration, these groups provide weatherization services, energy assistance payments, and energy conservation education for income qualified households. As a leading organization in weatherization and energy conservation, OECA provides state-of-the-art training with its Residential Energy Analyst program to energy auditors, installers and Inspectors from its member agencies and the general public. This ensures that Oregon low-income families receive the highest quality services helping them reduce their heating and cooling costs, as well as maintain a safe, affordable, and comfortable home.
OECA owns and operates the Oregon Training Institute in partnership with the U.S. Department of Energy.
OECA prepared and maintains the Site Built Housing and Mobile Home Weatherization Specifications for the State of Oregon Weatherization Assistance Program, which can be purchased as hard copy or accessed online.
27501 SW 95th Ave., Suite 980
Wilsonville , 97070