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spring/summer 2022

It’s time to enjoy warmer weather and the great outdoors, from backyard gardens to national parks. It’s also a good time to reflect on the many successes that Blue Sky participants have made possible.

From supporting new clean energy in the region to funding local community-based renewable energy projects, Blue Sky® participants’ dedication to the planet is shining brighter than ever. Thank you for being part of the Blue Sky community. Scroll down to learn more about the tangible difference you’re making for the environment and local communities.

Explore your Blue Sky impact

Veterans' center to save on operating costs thanks to solar project

Veterans' center to save on operating costs thanks to solar project

A new housing development for homeless veterans in Yakima, Washington, installs solar panels thanks in part to Blue Sky participants.

Pacific Power: Building a bright future today

Pacific Power: Building a bright future today

Explore Pacific Power's long-term plan for a renewable energy future.

City's first solar array will power part of its water supply

City's first solar array will power part of its water supply

College Place, Washington, will soon start to power some of its infrastructure with solar.

Students' idea to add solar power becomes a reality

Students' idea to add solar power becomes a reality

St. Andrew Nativity School in Portland adds solar panels to its community center.

Blue Sky contributes to Unite Oregon’s Climate Resilience Hub

Blue Sky contributes to Unite Oregon’s Climate Resilience Hub

With help from the Blue Sky Business Partner Program, TriMet Portland moves toward renewable energy.

Chinook Book closes its doors after 20 years

Chinook Book closes its doors after 20 years

Chinook Book ceased operations on April 20 due to a multitude of business challenges.