Official government website for energy information specific to the state of Oregon
Washington State University Energy Extension is a great site for all things energy in Washington state http://www.energy.wsu.edu/
California Energy Commission is all things Energy in CA which is huge
Energy Trust of Oregon handles the Public Purpose funds generated by the customers of private utilities in Oregon through the Electric Deregulation act implemented in 2002. They have useful suggestions for end users to conserve energy - both electricity and natural gas.
Midwest Renewable Energy Association is a great place for renewables information
New York State Energy Research and Development Authority for you East Coasters. They are another very active agency that has a lot to offer on their website - almost too much.
Hudson Valley Community College in NY State is the only community college that I'll cite. They are very close to our level of programming for energy efficiency. They certainly get renewables. Watch the TECSmart Video. Joe is a good friend who has hosted President Obama at his facility. TECSmart is a very innovative building
The EPA has developed into a significant information resource through their Energy Star Program. http://www.energystar.gov/
Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance is a collaboration of public and private utilities and public purpose organizations who work on market transformation opportunities like shifting the buying market away from incandescent lamp to compact fluorescent lamps
North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) is where you want to go for PV and Solar water heating installer certification.