News updates from Solar Oregon
Join local governments, electric utilities, and business interests from the Oregon Coast for an informative afternoon of solar energy information. Attendees will learn how you can use solar energy to recharge the local economy, with presentations from solar installers, local and State governments, and Solar Oregon. A Q&A Session will follow, with plenty of time to get your questions answered.
Join Solar Oregon and the Home Performance Guild of Oregon at the 4th Annual Home Performance Conference of Oregon. This year the conference is exploring Intersections of Health and Home Performance.
The City of Happy Valley, OR, a fast-growing suburb of Portland, was recently awarded a grant from Northwest Solar Communities to increase solar photovoltaic installations among homeowners. With grant funds, the City launched the HV Solar Home Program (HV Solar), an educational campaign with special solar installation opportunities. HV Solar is hinged on partnerships with local solar installers.
It’s been a few short weeks, since this year’s Solar Now! University and I want to thank the many partners, staff members, and sponsors who helped make this event a success. With a conference theme of ‘sprinting ahead,’ this convening of renewable energy leaders provided an opportunity to reflect on the many examples of progress we’ve made, in addition to pointing us towards where future efforts for solar in the Pacific Northwest are headed.
RETC Solar Thermal Public Hearing: Amending Residential Energy Tax Credit rules to implement HB 2171 solar thermal changes.