Earlier this month, OSEIA launched Oregon SolarPAC to begin to create a political arm for the solar industry.
What does a political action committee allow OSEIA to do? We can have conversations with candidates for public office while they are running and before the hectic pace of a legislative session starts. We can also make campaign contributions to support candidates for office, especially if we believe they are going to be strong supporters of good solar policy.Read more
OSEIA member, Peter Greenberg is gathering suggestions from VIR participants to help the program make a little more sense to eventually present to the Oregon Public Utility Commission (PUC) all at once in a coordinated way.Read more
Believe it or not, Ryan was driving to instruct a course on electric vehicles for a group of electricians when he got the call- He was the winner an EV!
OSEIA’s recent Oregon Solar Energy Conference featured the kick-off of the policy agenda development process to create a comprehensive solar agenda for 2017.Read more
“Solar is back in Oregon!” That was the most common phrase uttered at the Oregon Solar Energy Conference (OSEC) held in Portland on May 4 and 5, 2016.Read more
Support the Oregon SolarPAC!!!
OSEIA has started a political action committee to increase our voice and influence with our decision makers in Salem. Your donation to the Oregon SolarPAC helps expand OSEIA’s capacity to develop a marketplace for the widespread adoption of solar energy in Oregon. More information>