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Regional Training

Planning FAQs for our reginal partners 

Industrial training is critical to building and sustaining market knowledge and capability in the Northwest. Through training, your customers understand the value of energy management and optimizing industrial system performance.

As a result, they’re better able to understand the business case for energy efficiency and better able to maximize the impact of utility and energy-efficiency organization programs.

NEEA is proud to work on your behalf to coordinate Regional Industrial Training for your customers. We’ve compiled some frequently asked questions regarding Industrial training in the Northwest: 

Download Regional Industrial Training FAQ (PDF)

Download information about 2019 Industrial Trainings (PDF)

Portland General Electric Energy Classes

Enhance your savings, safety and sustainability

Visit Portland General Electric for more information.


PGE offers expert training for your business or non-profit. Sponsored by Energy Trust of Oregon, classes are designed to help you and your employees:

  • Save energy and control costs
  • Work safely around electricity
  • Be more sustainable

3 ways to learn

  • Online training, available any time
  • Webinars that let you interact with the instructor from your desk
  • Classroom training with your peers

Topics include lighting, heating and cooling, energy management, electrical safety, renewable power and much more. Check out our schedule of current classes.

PGE Energy Classes are offered free of charge to PGE business customers. Others may attend based on space with a fee.


To contact us, send us an email or call 503-464-2931.

Idaho Power Commercial/Industrial Training

Technology is ever-changing. Keeping up with the latest in commercial and industrial energy efficiency measures and processes is important. Find information below about classroom-style training and webinars to help keep you educated in this specialized area.

Visit Idaho Power Commercial/Industrial Training page for more information.

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