Clean Energy Works Oregon’s pilot program aimed at retro-fitting homes in Portland for better energy efficiency has been a big success and is now expanding.
Deschutes Brewery, a top tier Oregon beer haven, plans to expand its main production brewery, including several efficiency upgrades to energy and water.
The annual Portland Better Living Home Garden & Lifestyle Show, set for March 25-27 at the Portland Expo Center, gathers a great deal of green under one roof.
As another wave energy start up comes to Oregon to test its clean energy technology, the state looks to take more of a leadership role in this form of cleantech.
In Beaverton, Oregon, $10.6 million in stimulus funds built a greener Westside facility for TriMet’s LIFT service for seniors and people with disabilities.
The second wave of residential electric charging stations that are a part of Ecotality’s The EV Project were recently installed in parts of Oregon.
U.S. Geothermal gets a $96.8 million loan guarantee to build the Neal Hot Springs geothermal project in southeastern Oregon, with a generating capacity of 23 MW.