Join Us for a Solar Discussion!
CEP has been working with other agencies to help shape legislation around Community Solar in Oregon, and to design solar education for low-income communities. We are looking for input from people who have experience living with a low income, working with those who experience low-income, or anyone who would like to talk about the topic in a fun and spirited way. Depending on interest,
CEP Takes on Solar
Community Energy Project is delighted to announce that we are working with Bonneville Environmental Foundation (BEF) and MPower to bring solar education to low-income Oregon residents! Thanks to funding from Meyer Memorial Trust, BEF and Mpower will work with community organizations and multi-family housing developments to install solar panels on rooftops. CEP will then provide workshops to residents to learn about how shared solar works. With the passage of Senate Bill 1547 came new legislation
Best Wishes, Rob!
If you had a chance to meet Rob Hemphill over the last two and a half years, it was likely as a volunteer. He trained and coordinated over 450 volunteers to weatherize homes for seniors and people with disabilities, teach workshops, assemble conservation and safety kits, enter data, answer phones, and more. Rob was instrumental in the creation of our first Workshop Leader training academy,