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Preparatoria en Woodburn reduce costos gracias a Energy Trust
Commercial

Preparatoria en Woodburn reduce costos gracias a Energy Trust

Woodburn Success se convierte en la primera preparatoria inscrita en la iniciativa Path to Net Zero de Energy Trust. La preparatoria le ahorrará aproximadamente $33,000 dólares al año al Distrito escolar de Woodburn. La preparatoria utiliza tan poca energía que todas sus necesidades energéticas anuales podrían ser cubiertas por un sistema solar de 250 kilovatios instalado dentro del área escolar.

 

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Portland Rescue Mission Shepherd’s Door, Portland
Renewable Energy

Portland Rescue Mission Shepherd’s Door, Portland Estimated annual savings: $12,000

It takes a village to change lives and that’s exactly what happened on the roof of Shepherd’s Door, Portland Rescue Mission’s addiction recovery community for women. Thanks to a unique arrangement between Twende Solar, Energy Trust and volunteers, a 100.6-kW solar system is saving $12,000 in estimated annual energy costs—making more money available for social services.

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Yellowhawk Tribal Health Center, Pendleton
Commercial

Yellowhawk Tribal Health Center, Pendleton Estimated annual savings: $58,000

Located on the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation, the new Yellowhawk Tribal Health Center builds on a community’s commitment to wellness and sustainability. Serving tribal members and other eligible American Indians and Alaska Natives in Umatilla and Union counties, the energy-efficient 64,000-square-foot clinic aims to generate as much energy as it uses over the course of a year.

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Low-Income Solar Innovation Grants
Renewable Energy

Low-Income Solar Innovation Grants

Energy Trust awarded nine organizations a total of $81,000 in solar innovation grants to develop community-centric models that help Oregonians with low and moderate incomes benefit from solar technology. The idea emerged from a series of workgroups Energy Trust hosted around the state with low-income advocates, organizations that serve low-income communities of color, affordable housing providers and energy assistance practitioners.

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Irrigation Modernization, statewide
Agriculture

Irrigation Modernization, statewide

Many Oregon irrigation districts depend on century-old open canals that can lose 50 percent of water to evaporation and seepage. With Energy Trust support, Farmers Conservation Alliance (FCA) helps rural communities modernize aging irrigation systems, creating opportunities to generate electricity through in-pipe hydropower.

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Success High School in Woodburn School District, Woodburn
Commercial

Success High School in Woodburn School District, Woodburn Estimated annual savings: $33,000

The first high school enrolled in Energy Trust’s Path to Net Zero initiative, the new Success High School will save Woodburn School District an estimated $33,000 annually. It uses so little energy that most, if not all, of its annual energy needs should be met by a 250-kilowatt solar system on campus.

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