Applying to the PGE Drive Change Fund
Webinar | Electric Vehicles
June 13, 2019
10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
PGE is committed to a clean energy future, including tackling greenhouse gas emissions from transportation. To expand electric mobility options for our customers, PGE is launching a grant fund supported by the sale of credits earned through the Oregon Clean Fuels Program. Public organizations, non-profits and businesses will be able to apply for grants to support transportation electrification projects. With an emphasis on equity, the fund will encourage projects that benefit underserved communities. Attend this webinar and get the information you need to develop an effective application.
This webinar will help you:
- Understand how the grant fund can be used
- Differentiate between strong and weak applications
- Create an effective application
- Navigate the funding timeline
Who will benefit?
This class is specifically designed to help municipalities, public agencies, schools, non-profit organizations, and businesses to create strong applications to request grant funding for transportation electrification. Organizations representing underserved communities are particularly encouraged to attend.
- Non-profit grant writers
- Transit or bus fleet managers
- Facility managers
- Energy managers
Elizabeth Turnbull, Portland General Electric, Program Manager
Elizabeth manages PGE’s participation in Oregon’s Clean Fuels Program, which aims to lower the carbon intensity of Oregon’s transportation sector by 10% by 2025. Elizabeth is an Oregon native who has more than a decade of experience in sustainability, energy utilities, and transportation electrification. She holds an MBA and a Master of Environmental Management from Duke University, and a BA from Smith College.