Washington State Energy Office
Washington State Department of Commerce
1011 Plum Street, SE
P.O. Box 42525
Olympia, WA 98504-2525
360.725.3118 fax: 360.586.8440
The Washington State Energy Office provides energy policy support, analysis, and information for the Governor, Legislature, Commerce and other energy decision makers. We look at key energy issues including natural gas, alternative fuels, energy efficiency, renewable energy development, greenhouse gas emissions, energy supply and price.
The State Energy Program emphasizes our role as the decision maker and administrator for the program activities within the state. We are a vital resource for delivering energy benefits, addressing state energy goals and coordinating energy-related emergency preparedness in the state.
Our team provides technical and policy support to Washington members of the Northwest Power and Conservation Council, other state agencies and state congressional officials on federal and regional energy policies and legislation. We provide financial and technical assistance through funding from the U.S. Department of Energy.
The 2013 state capital budget included funding for various clean energy projects in the state to be administered by us. This includes a revolving loan fund; smart grid grants to utilities; federal grant matching funds; returning recovery act funds; and, energy efficiency and solar grants for public buildings.
Emergencies & Siting
360.725.3117 fax: 360.586.8440
Energy Policy Specialist
360.725.3122 fax: 360.586.8440
Emerging Technologies Lead
360.725.3116 fax: 360.586.8440
Petroleum, Policy, & Data Analysis
360.725.3112 fax: 360.586.8440
Senior Energy Policy Specialist
Special Assistant to the Director on Energy and Climate Policy
360.725.3110 fax: 360.586.8440
360.725.2950 fax: 360.586.0489
Washington State University Energy Program
925 Plum Street, SE, Bldg #4
P.O. Box 43165
Olympia, WA 98504-3165
360.956.2000 fax: 360.956.2010
Division Manager fax: 360.956.2010
360.956.2002 fax: 360.956.2010