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"Habitat for Humanity marks anniversary"

Bend’s Habitat for Humanity dedicated its 84th home May 8 to celebrate the organization’s 20th anniversary. The home, which was dedicated to Melissa Evans and her two daughters, was built with a solar energy system and is one of 12 homes constructed by the organization to have this feature. The home was built in Bend Habitat’s new community, Parkway Village, on Empire Boulevard and Boyd Acres Road.

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"Beaverton solar project offers discount in pilot program"

Prompted by a February pledge to create a solar program for Beaverton residents, Mayor Denny Doyle this week will announce a partnership with a California business to offer discounted solar systems to about 50 homes, marking the first major initiative for the city's new sustainability program.

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"Passive House Popular in Portland"

"Passive House Popular in Portland"

The Passive House concept is being actively implemented in Portland. The method’s popularity among builders and architects is rising as the industry seeks to accomplish ambitious goals to cut energy use.

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"Here Comes the Sun"

"Here Comes the Sun"

More than 50 people gathered at Corvallis High School on Friday afternoon to celebrate the installation of a 2.3-kilowatt solar system on the school’s roof.

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Residential Basics of Going Solar - 06/30/10 - Hillsboro

Learn the Basics of Going Solar in Oregon. Learn about Solar Thermal and Solar Electric systems and how Tax credits and Incentives can pick up more than half of the cost.

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