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Farewell Ron!

Ron Bannister, our Development Director, is in for some serious changes in his life! In this month, he will be marrying his long-term partner and moving to California. Unfortunately, the commute is unrealistic for him to stay at CEP, so we must bid him a very fond farewell. Over the past year, Ron has worked hard to build a robust donor-centric environment where supporters

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Solar & Cooling Workshop

Community Energy Project is working with Bonneville Environmental Foundation to create a new workshop specifically for tenants in low-income housing that are having solar panels installed on the roof. However, given the fact that solar in Oregon has recently become a relevant topic for low-income households and that we’ve had a toasty summer, we thought we would offer the workshop to the public. We

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Busy Times at Portland City Council

At a May 4th Portland City Council meeting, CEP’s Natalya Sobevskaya appeared before the Council to give testimony as to the importance of the East Portland Action Plan (EPAP) grant program, specifically urging them to fund the grant for Weatherization and Lead Prevention workshops for Russian Speaking Communities. This grant would allot Community Energy Project to offer workshops dedicated specifically to Russian speaking communities

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