Around the Region


NEEA’s initiatives deliver local benefits throughout Idaho, Oregon, Montana, and Washington State. As an independent, non-profit organization, we take a coordinated, market-based approach to efficiency programs. We focus on creating market conditions that deliver value to the entire region and to uniting efforts to move energy efficiency markets far beyond what any one organization could do individually.

As the Northwest faces substantial growth in energy demand over the next 20 years, NEEA is committed to supporting our funding partners around the region through increased information sharing, coordination and collaboration efforts.

NEEA accelerates energy efficiency in partnership with:

Avista     BPA New logo        Cascade Natural Gas  Chelan    
  EnergyTrust  EugeneWEB  IdahoPower 
NorthWestern  NW Natural  PacificPower  Portland General Electric 
PugetSound  Seattle City Light  Snohomish  Tacoma Power 

With further support from:


City of Albion
City of Bonners Ferry
City of Burley
City of Declo
City of Heyburn
City of Minidoka
City of Plummer
City of Rupert
City of Soda Springs
City of Weiser
Clearwater Power Company
East End Mutual Electric Company, LTD
Fall River Electric Cooperative
Farmers Electric Company, Ltd.
Idaho County Light and Power Cooperative Association, Inc.
Idaho Falls Power
Kootenai Electric Cooperative, Inc.
Lost River Electric Cooperative, Inc.
Northern Lights, Inc.
Raft River Rural Electric Cooperative, Inc.
Riverside Electric Company, LTD
Salmon River Electric Cooperative, Inc.
South Side Electric Lines, Inc.
United Electric Co-op, Inc


Big Horn County Electric Cooperative, Inc.
Central Montana Electric Power Cooperative, Inc.
City of Troy
Flathead Electric Cooperative, Inc.
Glacier Electric Cooperative, Inc.
Lincoln Electric Cooperative, Inc.
Mission Valley Power
Missoula Electric Cooperative, Inc.
Ravalli County Electric Cooperative, Inc.
Southern Montana Electric G&T Cooperative, Inc.
Vigilante Electric Cooperative, Inc.
Western Montana Electric G&T Cooperative, Inc.


Wells Rural Electric Company


Blachly-Lane Electric Cooperative
Canby Utility Board
Central Electric Cooperative, Inc.
Central Lincoln People's Utility District
City of Ashland
City of Bandon
City of Cascade Locks
City of Drain
City of Forest Grove
City of Hermiston
City of Monmouth
Clatskanie People's Utility District
Columbia Basin Electric Cooperative, Inc.
Columbia Power Cooperative Association
Columbia River People's Utility District
Consumers Power, Inc.
Coos-Curry Electric Cooperative, Inc.
Cowlitz PUD
Douglas Electric Cooperative, Inc.
Emerald People's Utility District
Harney Electric Cooperative, Inc.
Hood River Electric Cooperative
Lane Electric Cooperative, Inc.
McMinnville Water and Light Commission
Midstate Electric Cooperative, Inc.
Milton-Freewater Light & Power
Northern Wasco County People's Utility District
Oregon Trail Electric Consumers Cooperative, Inc.
Pacific Northwest Generating Cooperative
Salem Electric
Springfield Utility Board
Tillamook County PUD No. 1
Umatilla Electric Cooperative
Umpqua Indian Utility Cooperative
Wasco Electric Cooperative
West Oregon Electric Cooperative, Inc.


Alder Mutual Light Co., Inc.
Asotin County PUD No. 1
Benton County PUD No. 1
Benton Rural Electric Association
Big Bend Electric Cooperative, Inc.
City of Blaine
City of Centralia
City of Cheney
City of Chewelah
City of Ellensburg
City of McCleary
City of Milton
City of Port Angeles
City of Sumas
Clallum County PUD No. 1
Columbia Rural Electric Association
Consolidated Irrigation District No. 19
Douglas County PUD No. 1
Elmhurst Mutual Power & Light Company
Energy Northwest
Ferry County PUC No. 1
Franklin County PUD No. 1
Grant County PUD No. 2
Grays Harbor County PUD No. 1
Inland Power and Light Company
Jefferson County PUD No. 1
Kittitas County PUD No. 1
Klickitat County PUD No. 1
Lakeview Light and Power
Lewis County PUD No. 1
Mason County PUD No. 1
Mason County PUD No. 3
Modern Electric Water Company
Nespelem Valley Electric Cooperative, Inc.
Ohop Mutual Light Company
Okanogan County Electric Cooperative, Inc.
Okanogan County PUD No. 1
Orcas Power and Light Cooperative
Pacific County PUD No. 2
Parkland Light & Water Company
Pend Oreille County PUD No. 1
Peninsula Light Company
Richland, City of
Skamania County PUD No. 1
South Columbia Basin Irrigation District
Tanner Electric Cooperative
Town of Coulee Dam
Town of Eatonville
Town of Steilacoom
Vera Water and Power
Wahkiahum County PUD No. 1
Whatcom County PUD No. 1
Yakama Power


Surprise Valley Electrification Corporation
Sierra Pacific Power Company dba NV Energy
Wells Rural Electric Company
Utah Associated Municipal Power Systems
Lower Valley Energy, Inc.

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NEEA's Five-Year Business and Strategic Plans

NEEA operates on a five-year business cycle. Our market transformation activities during that cycle are detailed in our Business Plan, which is based on a Strategic Plan  that defines NEEA’s mission, vision, goals and key strategies to help the Northwest meet its energy efficiency goals.

Read NEEA's 2015-19 strategic plan

Read NEEA's 2015-19 business plan

View stakeholder outreach report

See strategic markets overview

Read the 2015-19 Natural Gas Plan

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Leveraging the Region

Leveraging the Region

NEEA leverages the market power of 13 million consumers across Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington.

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