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Solar gets a Boost in Oregon

Solar gets a Boost in Oregon

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by ARLENE HAAS, Burnham Nationwide | March 24, 2016

Oregon’s Clean Energy and Coal Transition Act (Clean Energy Act) is a groundbreaking new law that supports the adoption of renewable energy in the state, including solar. The Clean Energy Act is a key example of work at the state level to increase solar energy and curb carbon emissions despite the U.S. Supreme Court’s stay of the Clean Power Plan, the federal rule reducing carbon emissions from coal-burning power plants. Also, the new law creates a framework for community solar. Burnham takes a closer look at the state's new Clean Energy Act in this post, Solar in Oregon.

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