Solar in the Pacific Wonderland

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Oregon Homeowners Are Switching to Solar (Without Paying a Dime Up Front!)

An early leader in solar, Oregon is ranked #19 in the country with 21,487 homes already powered by solar. If you go solar in Oregon, you can be sure the state will support you for the long haul. Residential solar programs here have been progressive, and there are sizable solar incentives to claim in Oregon. Over 3750 Oregonians are also working in the solar industry. Major retailers are also going solar in Oregon, with REI being one of the first major corporations to go solar in Oregon with its
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We handle every detail of your switch to solar- from start to finish. From your custom designed system using only the highest quality equipment, to your dedicated team who’s with you every step of the way, with our in-house designers, surveyors, installers and more- we make your switch to solar easy. Best of all, you’ll switch for no money out of pocket.

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91,536,000 Watts Installed in Oregon
$133 Average Yearly Savings!
19th in The Nation State Ranking Solar * SEIA Q4 2019 data
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Rebates & Incentives

Oregon gets plenty of sunshine for making solar power, and it’s more affordable than you may think. Cash incentives from Energy Trust, solar rebates from the state of Oregon and federal tax credits can offset as much as 30% of your solar installation costs.

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Oregon Office

9425 SW Commerce Circle Suite B-22/23
Wilsonville, Oregon 97070

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Net Metering

With net metering in some states, you get full retail rate credit for the amount of electricity you send back into the grid with your solar panels. With net metering, if you generate more power than you need with your solar panels, you’ll get a credit on your next month’s bill. Thankfully, Oregon provides your credits at 100% of the retail rate.

Useful Oregon Energy Resources

Energy Trust of Oregon Oregon gets plenty of sunshine for making solar power, and it’s more affordable than you may think. Cash incentives from Energy Trust, solar rebates from the state of Oregon and federal tax credits can offset as much as 30% of your solar installation costs.


Federal Solar Investment Tax Credit Established by The Energy Policy Act of 2005, the federal tax credit for residential energy property initially applied to solar-electric systems, solar water heating systems and fuel cells.


Everyone is taking notice

A Top-10 Nationwide
Residential Solar Installer.