Partners

Solarize Southern Oregon

Solarize Southern Oregon is an effort spearheaded by Southern Oregon Clean Energy Alliance in collaboration with Solar Oregon and the Energy Trust of Oregon to help the residents and businesses of Lane, Douglas, Coos, Curry, Lane and Lake counties overcome the logistical and financial obstacles of going solar. Contact us at SolarizeSouthernOregon@gmail.com or 541-530-2691.

Southern Oregon Clean Energy Alliance (SOCEA) An alliance of Lane, Douglas, Coos, Curry, Klamath and Lake counties aimed at attracting and stimulating the development of renewable energy and energy efficiency projects.

Solarize Southern Oregon Partner Contractors:

EcoSolar and Electric

E2 Solar

Sol Coast Consulting & Design

Newcastle Solar

Gold Coast Renewable Energy

Lane County Solar Contractor Coalition: 

Advanced Energy Systems

Energy Design

Pacific Solar & Rain

Solar Assist

Energy Trust
Energy Trust of Oregon is an independent nonprofit organization dedicated to helping Oregonians benefit from saving energy and tapping renewable resources. Our services, cash incentives and solutions have helped customers of Portland General Electric, Pacific Power, NW Natural and Cascade Natural Gas save more than $440 million in energy costs. Our work keeps energy costs as low as possible and builds a sustainable energy future for Oregon.

Solar Oregon
Solar Oregon is a non-profit membership organization providing public education and community outreach to encourage Oregonians to choose solar energy. Solar Oregon is helping to provide the free workshops that are part of Solarize Southern Oregon. Come find out more about how we support solar efforts in Oregon by visiting our website.

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.

City of Portland, Bureau of Planning and Sustainability

USDA