Pacific Northwest energy features for non-energy pros

February 4, 2016

Author Mark Ohrenschall Please note that the views expressed by guest authors represent their own personal views, and not necessarily those of Energy Trust. Reprinted from the January 22, 2016, issue of Clearing Up with permission from Mark Ohrenschall, publisher and editor-in-chief of Energy NewsData. I’d like to share a couple of distinctive features about […]

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Trade Ally of the Month: True South Solar

January 25, 2016

Located in Ashland, True South Solar is a full-service solar contractor specializing in the design, project management and installation of solar electric systems for Rogue Valley and Applegate Valley homeowners and businesses. The company became an Energy Trust trade ally when it opened its doors in 2010. Installing mostly residential projects, the company offers SunPower […]

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Energy trends to watch in 2016

January 20, 2016

According to Energy Trust’s Executive Director Margie Harris, new technologies and approaches in 2016 are expected help Energy Trust reach and serve more, and increasingly diverse, customers. Here are four ways we expect clean energy to evolve in 2016. Empowered customers In 2016, new technologies will emerge to help Oregonians manage energy use and costs in their homes […]

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Corvallis and Bend lead in national energy competition

January 19, 2016

Two Oregon cities top the list of 50 semifinalists competing for the Georgetown University Energy Prize, a national $5 million competition to rethink the way American communities use energy. According to preliminary rankings, Corvallis is in 10th place and Bend ranks 11th. The Corvallis Environmental Center and the Corvallis Sustainability Coalition are working together to […]

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