Solar Now! The Solar Now! campaign connects Oregonians with the resources and assistance they need to choose solar energy. Solar Now! is brought to you by Solar Oregon, Oregon Department of Energy, Energy Trust of Oregon and City of Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability.
Oregon is a non-profit membership organization providing public education and community outreach to encourage Oregonians to choose solar energy. They are a 501(c)(3) membership-based, non-profit, educational organization with over 20 years of history supporting solar energy throughout the state.
Energy Trust. Energy Trust of Oregon is an independent nonprofit organization dedicated to helping utility customers benefit from saving energy and tapping renewable resources. Energy Trust provides funding to reduce the upfront cost of installing a qualified home solar electric system. The amount of the cash incentive depends on a) the size of the solar electric system you install, and b) your electric utility. You may sign up for a Solar Energy Review through Energy Trust and also find qualified solar contractors.
Oregon Department of Energy, Solar Energy Page. Learn about solar technology, state and federal tax credits, solar events, and other solar news at the Oregon Department of Energy's web site for solar.
Oregon Clean Energy Map. The Oregon Clean Energy Map is a map of solar activity of Portland and the region. Find the solar potential of your home by typing your address into this interactive map.
GreenStreet Lending. Low-interest rate financing is available with GreenStreet Lending through Umpqua Bank (an Equal Housing Lender).