Blue Sky Forecast

Fall 2017 - Volume 18 - Issue 2

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A wind farm by any other name

Since March, Blue Sky participants have been casting votes to name a wind farm in Oregon developed as a result of participant demand. The results are in and we’re thrilled to announce the name you helped choose! Learn more »

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2017 Pacific Northwest Brew Cup

The 16th annual Pacific Northwest Brew Cup served up a healthy dose of good green fun in Astoria, Oregon in late September!

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Community Project Spotlight: Corvallis Airport solar

The newly completed solar project will produce enough energy to power most of the daily electricity needs at the airport. 

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The poles have been set at the Subscriber Solar plant – the racks and panels will be installed next.

Habitat funds help restore Sheep Ridge Fish Passage

Native Chinook salmon and steelhead are reaping the benefits of a project made possible by Blue Sky Habitat participants.

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Glenrock Wind Farm

Is Clatsop County the greenest county in Oregon?

Hats off to Oregon’s North Coast who has already exceeded their community challenge goal with over 2 months still to go!  

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Blue Sky mobile coupons - savings at your fingertips

Did you know coupons to great local businesses that participate in the Blue Sky program are available to you?

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Blue Sky by the numbers

More than 115,000 Blue Sky participants

Nearly 733,364,000 kilowatt-hours of renewable energy supported in 2016

100 community-based renewable energy projects since 2006

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Our newest Blue Sky business partners

Thank you to our new Blue Sky business partners!

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