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Solar for Your Business

Across the state, businesses are generating solar energy to manage their operations costs and be more sustainable. Energy Trust makes it easy with technical assistance, valuable incentives and referrals to qualified local contractors. Energy Trust incentives and tax credits could offset up to 50 percent of system costs. Expert advice from a solar trade ally
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Solar for Your Home

Over 11,000 homeowners across Oregon are making their own solar power. Join them in taking control of your energy costs—and improving your home’s value—with clean, renewable energy from the sun. We’ll connect you with a qualified solar trade ally contractor with proven expertise you can trust. Get a free, no-risk analysis and bid >
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Energía solar al alcance

Más incentivos para las unidades familiares que cumplan con los límites de ingreso Las placas de energía solar en los techos y en los tejados puede ayudarle a reducir mucho sus facturas de energía, y puede ser más asequible de lo que usted piensa. Solar Within Reach [Energía solar al alcance] hace que aprovechar el
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Solar Within Reach

Increased incentives for income-qualified households Rooftop solar can help you lower your energy bills in a big way, and it may be more affordable than you think. Solar Within Reach makes going solar more affordable for income-qualified households. With increased cash incentives and a federal energy tax credit, powering your home with solar may be
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Solar Planning

Planning Ahead for Solar Energy Trust of Oregon believes the benefits of solar power—such as lower energy bills, reduced carbon emissions, and protection from rising electricity costs—are all great reasons to reach for the sun. We offer cash incentives and technical support that make going solar easy and affordable. We can also help you design
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Solar Water and Pool Heating

A significant amount of your home’s energy is used to heat water? A solar water heating system is one way you can reduce energy use and costs in your home or if you have a swimming pool, a solar pool heating system can also help you save energy and money. Energy Trust does not offer
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Marketing solar. Gaining an edge in the increasingly competitive solar marketplace.

PORTLAND, Ore. — January 26, 2016 — Energy Trust of Oregon is launching this month a solar marketing training series for installers as part of the nonprofit’s ongoing efforts to reduce solar costs and increase solar installations in Oregon. “Build it Bright! Crafting Your Solar Marketing Program” will deliver content through live webinars, podcasts and
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Energy Trust of Oregon helps estimate your rooftop solar potential with new online tool

Current Selection PORTLAND, Ore. — March 31, 2015 — Energy Trust of Oregon has launched Mapdwell: Solar SystemTM, a new online resource that homeowners and businesses in Washington County can use to determine the solar potential of their rooftops — including estimated installation costs and annual savings. To access this free tool, Washington County home
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Energy Trust of Oregon approves new tools to make solar more affordable to customers

PORTLAND, Ore. — November 14, 2016 — Solar prices have dropped dramatically in recent years, and now Energy Trust of Oregon is helping to lower them further. In the past, Energy Trust required that the solar resource be measured at the installation site—usually a rooftop. Energy Trust now allows contractors to use approved remote shading
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Energy Trust of Oregon tests free online tool that estimates solar energy potential

Washington County, Ore. — September 10, 2014 — Curious about how much energy you could generate with a solar electric system on your roof? Home and business owners in select Washington County communities now have a free, high-tech way to find out. Energy Trust of Oregon launched a test of Mapdwell Solar System, an online
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