The second-largest wind farm in the country officially opens in Oregon; it’ll produce 2 billion kilowatt-hours of electricity annually.
Stoller was the first winery in the U.S. to achieve LEED Gold in 2006, and its new tasting room furthers that green focus with solar power and reclaimed wood.
When the little town of Vernonia, Oregon, was hit by a series of devastating floods that destroyed its school buildings, the town decided to build back green.
Wave energy is picking up steam on the West Coast, with the Northwest National Marine Renewable Energy Center beginning operation of the Ocean Sentinel test site.
“The nation’s largest solar highway project” is big enough to produce significant power, but not so big that it can’t fit into our landscape and our lives.
Ocean Power Technologies’ planned 10-device, 1.5-megawatt Oregon wave power project has been granted a 35-year license by federal regulators.
According to local officials, the bike counter isn’t just about getting more people on bikes. It’s a crucial part of Portland’s job creation strategy.
Portland Community College’s Newberg Center makes use of passive solar design, energy efficient systems and solar power to cover all of its energy needs on site.
The What The Festival in rural Oregon will go green with a hybrid solar-wind-biofuel generator capable of putting out 30 kilowatts of power.
This summer a milestone in the U.S. wave energy technology sector will be reached with the launch of the first ever test platform off the Oregon coast.