Sponsored by NEEC and written by ECONorthwest, the reports for Oregon and Washington describes the economic effects of energy conservation work done in both Oregon and Washington. It also addressess the long-run macroeconomic effects arising from productivity growth. Productivity growth is the cornerstone of long-run economic health. It also affects our competitive position.The more productive both Oregon and Washington are, the better it competes in national and world markets. Hence, productivity growth is the source of higher standard of living.
For the complete analysis, the Oregon and Washington reports are available for download.