News updates from Solar Oregon
Eight agencies from around the state learned Thursday that they will collectively receive nearly $7 million for two pilot programs to install solar panels on homes and implement other sustainability and energy efficiency improvements.
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The City of Portland, Energy Trust of Oregon, Solar Oregon and Oregon Department of Energy are partnering to create a statewide campaign to deliver the Solar Now! education and outreach model to other communities around the State of Oregon. The objective is to encourage local municipalities and community leaders throughout the state to learn from and join the Solar Now! network.
Wednesday he will take the inaugural flush of the city’s second public loo at 12:30 p.m. at Waterfront Park, Southwest Taylor and Southwest Naito Parkway.
Ontario - The system, once it is operational, will boast one of the largest solar power arrays on the Idaho Power electrical grid. The proposed system is capable of producing more than 100 kilowatts of energy per hour.