Safe Home Project: 5 Ways To Work with Lead Paint

As the days get longer and weather gets less temperamental, home projects and renovations are starting to blossom up throughout every neighborhood. With about 80% of our region’s housing built before 1978, when the ban of lead-based paint took effect, your small home project may not be as straightforward as you thought. But never fear – our Lead Poisoning Prevention Program is here! Get

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Community Solar

The “Coal to Clean Bill” In 2016, Oregon passed Senate Bill 1547 – the Clean Electricity and Coal Transition Act, to transition away from coal-fired power while doubling Oregon’s renewable energy by 2040. Part of the bill allows community solar, and included in the law is a requirement that 10% of all community solar generated must benefit low income households and provide Community Solar

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Beyond the Savings

We can all relate to the feeling of sitting next to an old window in winter. Despite the furnace roaring, and heat brushing your ankles, you cannot help but feel chilled. Comfort depends upon the combination of all the temperatures around you. If your old window is cold, the same 35 degrees as it is outside. The furnace is blowing hot air in an

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