Oregon Solar News

Oregon developer reveals plan to build one of nation's biggest solar projects


By Pete Danko, Portland Business Journal -- Utility solar took a big step forward in Oregon last fall when Avangrid Renewables' 56-megawatt Gala plant - more than five times the size of any previous project in the state - went online, sending power to Apple Inc.

What David Brown of Obsidian Renewables has in mind would take things to a whole new level.

Read the full story on PBJ.com: https://www.bizjournals.com/portland/news/2018/01/... or here in pdf form.

ODOE Energy Storage Grant to Spur Eugene Water & Electric Board Toward a Cleaner, More Resilient Energy System


SALEM – The Oregon Department of Energy will award $295,000 in state and federal funds to the Eugene Water & Electric Board for a pilot project that demonstrates energy storage and “microgrid” technology and how it can improve community resiliency and response in emergency situations.

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OPUC UM 1751: HB 2193 IMPLEMENTING AN ENERGY STORAGE PROGRAM GUIDELINES


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