OSEIA seeks to surmount land-use challenges

OSEIA is partnering with Renewable Northwest to find solutions to several land use challenges. For projects going through the Energy Facility Siting Council (EFSC) process, it is expensive, time consuming, and requires unnecessary studies for noise, volcanoes and earthquakes. OSEIA supports HB 2329 which would raise the size of project required to go through EFSC and allow projects to choose the county or EFSC route.

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Oregon has four solar markets, each needs legislative support

The Oregon Solar Energy Industries Association (OSEIA) has created an infographic to demonstrate the benefits and policy needs of the four solar markets in Oregon.  “This educational tool details the importance of the four solar markets and the need for supportive state policy in each” says Angela Crowley-Koch, Executive Director of OSEIA.

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