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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 convesations from around the planet.

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.

April 2014
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RE News: Energy

The clean energy transition is unstoppable, so why fight it?; Chris Nelder, Smart Planet, April 18, 2014

Fight over Rooftop Solar Forecasts a Bright Future for Cleaner Energy; David Biello, Scientific American, March 25, 2014

The next big utility transformation; Chris Nelder, Smart Planet, April 16, 2013

World FIT News

Amid dipping power reserves, gov't mulls higher installation cap for solar projects; Euan Paulo C. Añonuevo, InterAksyon.com, April 17, 2014

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RE News: Energy

Creating Cleaner Air in Ontario: Province Has Eliminated Coal-Fired Generation;
Ontario Ministry of Energy, April 15, 2014

Policy News: Community RE

The role of energy co-ops; Craig Morris, Renewables International, April 22, 2014

World FIT News

Is The New York Times Missing The Decade's Most Affirmative Climate-and-Energy Story?; Charles Komanoff, Carbon Tax Center, April 16, 2014

Introduction of feed-in-tariff in renewable energy on cards; The Blangladesh Chronicle, April 13, 2014

 

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OREP's Vision for a sustainable, decentralized energy future:

  • A sustainable economy with family-wage, energy jobs throughout the state
  • Farmers, ranchers, tribes, and rural communities harnessing Oregon's abundant and varied renewable resources
  • Private and community ownership of solar panels across the built environment
  • Local financing of renewable energy projects keeping energy dollars recirculating in Oregon
  • Flourishing renewable energy industries across the state
  • Energy-informed voter support for renewable energy
  • A healthy environment, minimally impacted by energy production

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