Solar Industry Hails Public Utility Commission of Oregon Approval of Community Solar
Today, the Public Utility Commission of Oregon (PUC) approved community solar rules that will bring the state one step closer to enabling all Oregonians to directly participate in, and benefit from, local solar projects without having to place solar panels on one’s roof.
Women’s Empowerment Conference
This Summit is a joint initiative created through a partnership with SEIA's Women's Empowerment Committee and OSEIA. The event aims to facilitate education, connections, and provide thought leadership in the solar industry. Hear from key industry leaders as we cover relevant topics related to leadership, diversity, policy, and others.
Solar Industry Applauds State of Oregon for Establishing a 50% RPS
The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) enthusiastically applauded the passage of Oregon’s Senate Bill 1547-B, signed into law today by Gov. Kate Brown, and congratulated all of the groups that collaborated to get this landmark legislation across the finish line.
Solar Energy in Oregon, Washington Projected to Make Big Gains
Powered by growing residential and commercial markets, the neighboring states of Oregon and Washington are set to make significant gains this year in new solar installations, according to the recently-released U.S. Solar Market Insight 2014 Year in Review. The two Northwest states are expected to top 200 megawatts (MW) of combined solar electric capacity by the end of 2015 – enough to power nearly 25,000 homes.
Get facts and figures on the growth of solar energy in Oregon, including companies, projects, and policy resources.
OSEIA and National SEIA Formalize Partnership to Grow Oregon Solar Market
The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA(R)) and the Oregon Solar Energy Industries Association (OSEIA) today announced a formalized partnership to coordinate the resources of both organizations and promote the growth of Oregon's strong solar energy market.