Community-Based Collective Purchasing in West Linn, Lake Oswego, and Clackamas County, Oregon
Solarize Case Study
In March 2012, the cities of West Linn and Lake Oswego, Oregon launched Solarize West Linn-Lake Oswego, a community-led solar initiative, supported by both cities, Clackamas County, and a grant from the city of Portland’s Bureau of Planning and Sustainability. Clackamas County also supported a Solarize campaign along with the county’s Oregon State University extension service – Growing Solar Clackamas County.
This is the fourth in a series of case studies, identified through ICMA’s Solar Survey of Local Governments. For a summary of survey results, click here. The other case studies in this series are:
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