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"Solar manufacturers struggle to meet demand"

"Solar manufacturers struggle to meet demand"

Manufacturers are producing solar modules as fast as they can, but not fast enough to meet demand.

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"Solar Drinks - Portland"

Solar Drinks is an opportunity for folks in the greater Portland area to meet other community members who support renewable energy. Come join us for a relaxed social and networking event where you can speak with Solar Oregon staff, solar industry members and your neighbors about any topic under the sun!

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Residential Basics of Going Solar - 09/14/10 - Coos Bay

This free workshop covers the basics of why solar is a smart choice for Oregon homeowners.

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"Solar Decathlon 2011 Finalist - Pacific NW Exhibit"

The teams in this exhibition have already competed against their peers for one of the 20 places in the solar village. To secure a spot on the Mall, each team submitted extensive proposals, including models of their conceptual designs. With Solar Decathlon 2011 still more than a year away, all are hard at work designing their houses. The AIBD Convention is the only Pacific Northwest opportunity to view these models first hand.

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"College board OK’s bonds"

Meeting in special session Tuesday, the board voted 6 to 0 in favor of posting an $8.2 million bond measure in the Wasco County portion of the college district to match an already allocated $8 million state grant. If approved, the money would go to build a new building at The Dalles campus to house wind and solar energy jobs training programs.

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