News updates from Solar Oregon
EV Fest is a festival promoting and celebrating environmentally-friendly, domestically-powered electric vehicles. Come see cars that don't need gas or oil, speak with the everyday people who drive these silent vehicles, and learn how this clean technology is changing people's lives, and changing the world, for the better. Free and open to the public, in Portland's living room, Pioneer Courthouse Square, August 15th, 9am-5pm.
In their rush to put together a transportation package in the waning days of the session, the legislature is proposing re-directing $14.8 million away from efficiency in schools and investments in small-scale renewable energy projects like solar and geothermal
What can you do to help get more solar built in the Northwest? How can we get 10,000 more installations built in the Pacific Northwest in 2015-16? Find out at this year’s Solar Now! University conference, in Oregon City, Oregon on Thursday, September 3rd.
Join us for the 17th annual SolWest Fair June 26-28 at the Union County Fairgrounds in beautiful La Grande. Presented by our community partner in Eastern Oregon, Oregon Rural Action, SolWest is opportunity to learn about energy efficiency, solar and wind energy, alternatively fueled vehicles, local food and more.
The Solar Water Heating Bill, known simply as HB 3344, will put the installation of solar water heaters on the same footing as installing solar panels to generate electricity (photovoltaic or PV). Please contact your state legislators and ask them to support this important piece of solar legislation.