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Goal Net Zero Interest Group

A three part series, these Goal Net Zero (GNZ) discussions are great follow up for anyone that has attended a past GNZ tour or just wanting to learn more about net zero concepts, design and building science. There are currently three scheduled meetings. Each meeting cost $5.00 for Solar Oregon members or previous GNZ tour attendees and $10.00 for non-members. Participants should register for each meeting separately.

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"Goal Net Zero Interest Group -- Workshop"

A three part series, these Goal Net Zero (GNZ) discussions are great follow up for anyone that has attended a past GNZ tour or just wanting to learn more about net zero concepts, design and building science.

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"Solar firm lands Costco sale"

The warehouse store chain is trying out sales of the Eugene company’s panels in 16 outlets. News.

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"Solar program to pay Oregonians premium rates for power they generate"

"Solar program to pay Oregonians premium rates for power they generate"

Feed In Tariff -- Oregonians who install solar panels will soon be eligible to receive checks from utility companies at premium rates for the power they generate.

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"Grape Solar takes wraps off expansion plans in Eugene"

"Grape Solar takes wraps off expansion plans in Eugene"

on Wednesday, Grape made it clear it would like to ripen into a manufacturer with the capacity to employ as many as 200 workers in economically depressed Lane County. The company signed a lease for 53,000 square feet of factory space in Eugene, with an eye toward a $10 million plant with the capacity to churn out 100 megawatts of solar panels annually.

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