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Our understanding of the global need to act, and the state of renewable energy policy and news are rapidly evolving in Oregon, nationally and internationally. This monthly resource will keep you up-to-date with what's new both in OREP and renwewable energy conversations from around the planet. These articles are further archived under the navigation menus listed in red below.

From local communities to national policy decisions, informed and engaged citizens will advance the transition to locally-owned and locally-generated clean renewable energy. We encourage you to check back regularly.

September 2015
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RE News: Solar

In Hamburg, New Ideas For Making And Conserving Energy; Erica Peterson, WFPL News, Oct 2, 2015

RE News: Solar

SolarCity touts its new rooftop solar panels as most efficient in the world; Herman K. Trabish, Utility Dive, Oct 2, 2015

RE News: Wind

Scientists: Offshore Wind a 'Missed Opportunity' in U.S.; Bobby Magill, Climate Central, Sep 30, 2015

Policy News: RE Policy Innovation

To ITC or not to ITC: What happens if solar's federal tax incentives aren't extended; Herman K. Trabish, Utility Dive, Oct 1, 2015


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Environment: Climate

How states can best promote clean power; Anthony F. Earley, Jr. and Bob Perciasepe, The Hill, Sep 10, 2015

Policy Basics: Presentations

Local, Regional and Global Actions for Achieving 100% Renewable Energy; Presentations by Tom Hoff (Clean Power Research), Dr. Richard Perez (University of Albany), Diane Moss (Renewables 100 Policy Institute), International Solar Energy Society, Sep 30, 2015

RE News: Energy

Mining and Burning Coal Draws Tourists in Germany; Erica Peterson, WFPL News, Sep 30, 2015

Japan: Goto City Aims to Become 'Islands of Energy' by Harnessing Offshore Wind; Junko Movellan, Renewable Energy World, Sep 30, 2015

Policy News: Utility Adaptation

Beyond Utility 2.0: Part 2 "The Present"; John Farrell, Renewable Energy World, Sep 30, 2015


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