Oregon Representative Introduces Bill to Develop Floating Offshore Wind

Rep. David Brock Smith, R-Ore., has introduced a bill to the Oregon Legislative Assembly calling for the development of [...]

Oregon’s Renewable Enegy Policy Woes: Greenhouse Gas Emissions Continue To Rise

In 2020, Oregon’s electricity providers will be required to produce a record 20 percent of their energy from renewable [...]

West Coast Legislators Are at a Solar Crossroad

The West Coast is in a transitional period for solar policy. Washington, Oregon and California statehouses are either fresh [...]

Oregon’s Gov. Brown Signs Zero-Emissions Vehicle Target Bill

Governor Kate Brown signed a new zero-emissions vehicles target into law Monday, bringing Oregon one significant step forward toward reducing greenhouse [...]

Oregon’s Energy Future Conference 2019

Oregon’s Energy Future is the state’s signature clean energy event. Now in its 13th year, Oregon’s Energy Future connects [...]

New Rules That Would Limit Solar PV on Farmland in Oregon

Restrictions on new solar arrays being built on high-value farmland are likely on the way in Oregon, but not [...]

How Oregon’s Clean Energy Law Could Affect Power Bills

The Oregon Legislature passed a bill in February that requires public utility companies to phase out coal from their energy portfolios by 2030. [...]

Oregon Regulators Set Ambitious Timeline for Clean Energy Programs

The Oregon Public Utility Commission has released a broad timeline of energy issues it will tackle over the next [...]

Meeting Oregon’s New Energy Standard

Earlier this month, Gov. Kate Brown signed a landmark bill making Oregon the first state in the country to cut ties with coal-fired [...]

Oregon Moves Towards 50 Percent Renewable Energy

The US State of Oregon has decided to raise its state renewable energy law to 50 percent renewables by 2040, doubling [...]