Oregon Solar News

OSEIA Works to Amplify Political Voice

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.

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Oregon Solar Review - May 2016

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Seeking Ideas to Improve VIR Payments

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.

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Congratulations Ryan Bradt, winner of the 2015 Nissan Leaf!

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!

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Crowdsourcing an Oregon Solar Policy Agenda

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.

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Oregon Solar Energy Conference 2016 A Big Success!

“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.

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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>