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Future of Energy: Monthly Meeting Happy Hour and Talk

This month's presentation: "Sustainability and Finance Options" Aaron Berg, Principal and Founder, Blue Tree Strategies, Inc. Brian Alfano, VP, Business Relationship Manager, Umpqua Bank Guest speakers will discuss Clean Energy Works: Portland and GreenStreet Lending Appetizers provided

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"Study: Solar industry could add 14,500 jobs in Oregon"

If federal incentive programs are extended through 2012, just over 14,500 new solar jobs could be created in Oregon by 2016, according to a report out Thursday from the Solar Energy Industry Association

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"Timber frame home goes off-grid in Oregon"

"Timber frame home goes off-grid in Oregon"

USA Today: The 2,900 square foot home, chosen as "This Week's Green House," uses other recycled materials, such as stainless steel with a shimmery patina for a kitchen countertop. Its greenest feature may be its 27 rooftop solar panels which provide all its power. Since the house, on 27 acres, was so far from public utilities, Smith decided to go off-grid. The 5.1 kilowatt system cost $54,00 before tax credits and about $24,000 after them.

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"New Solar Panels + Low-Income Apartments = Big Savings"

News: Eugene (KMTR)- On the surface, it's 32 new solar panels to provide hot water for the residents of 60-year-old low-income apartments. But St. Vincent De Paul Executive Director Terry McDonald believes it's much, much more.

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"Thin-film solar company eyes Portland area"

News: A new solar company could be coming to the metro area. Solexant has requested a $25 million loan from the Oregon Department of Energy’s state Energy Loan Program to finance a thin-film solar plant in the Gresham or Wilsonville area. The plant would eventually have the capacity the produce 400 megawatts of thin-film solar cells each year.

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