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Energy Trust to fund $1M solar electric projects

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Thursday, January 31, 2013

The Energy Trust of Oregon is making up to $1 million of incentives available for large solar electric projects.

The nonprofit already provides up to $75,000 in incentives to PGE business customers and up to $30,000 in incentives for Pacific Power business customers, according to its website.

This move comes as Oregon reduces incentives for solar power. The Legislature slashed a pot of commercial renewable energy subsidies from $300 million in credits for 2009-2011 to $3 million in 2011-2013.

Read more at OregonLive.com.

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