Oregon Solar News

Solar Plus: Oregon State Strategies

Solar Plus stakeholders completed the first year of strategy development to build more solar energy generation in a way that maximizes the technical, social, and economic benefits. In December 2017, the Solar Plus Oregon group finalized strategies for the next two years. Partners will be working in 2018 towards implementing programs and developing projects to meet state goals and create a more sustainable and equitable solar industry.

The state-level goals developed by partners include an Equity Framework to guide the development of the state strategies. The state goals include a commitment to broaden access to solar energy to low-income households and communities of color, to engage with utilities and regulators on the complementary technologies that add value to solar deployment, and to increase the popular understanding of solar, including in the business community.

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Season's Greetings 2017

OSEIA members, 2017 has come to a close and 2018 is about to begin! While we’ve had some challenges in 2017, there were many great things to be thankful for including very strong support from our members! We ended the year on a very positive note with respect to membership support which is essential to our continued efforts - your support is greatly appreciated as we need you more than ever!

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OSEIA teams with Solar Energy International (SEI) in Training Partnership

OSEIA has partnered with industry-recognized renewable-energy school Solar Energy International (SEI) that will include discounts on online coursework.

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Oregon Solar Review - December 2017

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The Art of Maintaining Control in a Market Full of Uncertainty: Building Culture and Communication through Well-planned Meetings

We've all been in meetings that we wished would end before they even started. The air is heavy and the tone is dull. The information comes flying at us, with no room for input, questions or concerns. An agenda is missing, or lacking at best, with no flexibility to address what arises in the space. And there's certainly no laughter nor room for humor - a serious and focused leader at the front demands our silence and focused attention.

Is it possible to facilitate a meeting that people actually benefit from and enjoy?

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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>