News updates from Solar Oregon
The Oregon Museum of Science and Industry is taking the wraps off of a novel electric charging station that harnesses solar power to recharge everything from personal electronics to electric vehicles.
Manufacturers are producing solar modules as fast as they can, but not fast enough to meet demand.
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!
This free workshop covers the basics of why solar is a smart choice for Oregon homeowners.
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.