IN THE NEWS

Tenant Improvements May Qualify for New Building Incentives

By | on February 23, 2021 | Blog, In the news

Tenant Improvements are customized alterations that a building owner makes as part of a lease agreement to configure space for the needs of a tenant. These may include changes to walls and partitions, ceilings, HVAC, lighting, floor coverings, etc.  When the scope of changes hit a certain threshold, energy efficiency measures may qualify for incentives […]

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Meet Tina, Our New Board Member

By | on February 20, 2021 | Blog

We are very excited to introduce our new board member, Tina Brooks! Our board members make a monumental difference in helping us continue to create positive change in the Lloyd so we are extremely grateful for all they do and are always thrilled to welcome new members to the team!  Tina Brooks works in customer […]

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JuiceBox 3.0 Pilot: Testers Needed!

By | on February 17, 2021 | Blog

In 2017 we partnered with eBay, students at Catlin Gabel School, and others on the Sleep & Recharge Campaign which provided sleeping bags and solar-powered charging batteries (JuiceBoxes 1.0) to power the tiny homes at Right 2 Dream Too.  Since then, the students at Catlin Gabel have formed a public benefit corporation, Shine, and continued as college students […]

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Pollinator Corridor Winter Blooms: Key to Bees and Insects!

By | on February 12, 2021 | Blog, In the news

Has anyone seen the pops of color in the Lloyd this Winter? Check out the pictures below from the NE Multnomah Pollinator Corridor! Did you know that plants like these that flower in the winter play an important role for various insects? Bees and other pollinators that fly about during cold, dark winter days depend […]

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February EcoTip Blog: Water Conservation

By | on February 7, 2021 | Blog, In the news

This month we’ve decided to focus our EcoTip blog post on water conservation and efficiency because it’s always a good time to conserve water! Not only is conserving water good for the environment, but it can also help save you money. Luckily, Portland Water Bureau is kindly currently offering FREE water conservation kits for Portland  […]

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Energy Trust Lighting Incentives… Changes for 2021

By | on January 31, 2021 | Blog, In the news

Many of you may know that Energy Trust of Oregon put their commercial lighting incentives on hold for new projects back in November, due to higher than expected project volume. Energy Trust has announced that they will be reopening the program for new projects on February 10.  However, 2021 incentives will be different than what […]

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January 2021 Leaflet

By | on January 28, 2021 | Blog, In the news

Read the latest news from Lloyd EcoDistrict and from around the Lloyd.

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R2DToo’s New E-Bike

By | on January 20, 2021 | Blog, In the news

When around Lloyd, keep an eye out for Dreamers cruising around town on their new e-bike! This month Lloyd EcoDistrict had the pleasure of donating an e-bike and helmets to our neighbors at Right 2 Dream Too (R2Dtoo). The donation of the bike was made possible thanks to the residents of the Holladay Park Plaza […]

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Welcome WVDO to Lloyd!

By | on January 19, 2021 | Blog, In the news

Like many, the pandemic has shifted how our team works. Working mostly remotely from home, we have recognized that even if the pandemic were to end completely tomorrow, our office use would likely not return to pre-pandemic levels. To that end, we recognized that there might be both environmental and organizational reasons to change the […]

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January Eco Tip blog post: 10 Energy (and Money) Saving Tips for the Winter Season

By | on January 15, 2021 | Blog, In the news

Since it’s winter time and we know many people are spending a lot of time at home indoors (especially due to the pandemic), we figured we’d share a few tips for saving energy and money during this time of year!  In the winter, be sure to keep window coverings open during the day to warm […]

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The Monarch Butterfly: On the Brink of Extinction but Denied Federal Protection

By | on December 21, 2020 | Blog, In the news

Even though we’ve all had that on our minds lately, it’s still important to consider species that play critical roles in ecosystems and are threatened with extinction. One such species is the monarch butterfly. Pollinators such as the monarch are essential to the wellbeing and survival of many animals as they are responsible for helping […]

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Eco Tips: Staying Sustainable This Holiday Season

By | on December 9, 2020 | Blog, In the news

Happy beginning to the holiday season everyone! Now that we’ve all got Thanksgiving under our belts, the gift-giving holidays are here. It’s that time of year where many of you are ordering gifts or other items online in preparation for the upcoming holidays, I know I probably will! With that in mind, we figured we’d […]

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