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"Oregon solar code needs tweaking"

"Oregon solar code needs tweaking"

A code developed by the Oregon Building Codes Division will establish requirements for installing photovoltaic systems. But the code would limit which parts a solar installer could use to attach solar panels to roofs. That doesn’t sit well with solar installers, solar manufacturers or the people in charge of writing the code.

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"High on rooftop solar panels"

Surrogate solar has arrived in Lane County with the near-completion of an 85-kilowatt array atop the FOOD for Lane County building in southwest Eugene.

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"Meet Solar Professional Member, Electron Connection!"

"Meet Solar Professional Member, Electron Connection!"

Bob-O Schultze is a professional member of Solar Oregon and the owner of Electron Connection, Inc., which offers load analysis, site survey, system design, sales, installation, user training, and tech support services for residential and commercial solar and micro-hydro systems, and residential wind turbine systems.

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"Support Solar Oregon by Choosing Clean Power"

"Support Solar Oregon by Choosing Clean Power"

We understand that some of solar energy’s biggest fans have a hard time making it work. If you rent or lease your home or business space, you may not have the authority to put up solar panels or invest in a solar hot water heater. Maybe the costs are too high to commit to right now, or there’s a beautiful shade tree blocking the sun’s rays. Whatever the reason, you can still support clean energy and Solar Oregon by signing up for green power.

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