The Community Energy Project, an organization that provides free home services focused on safety, health and energy efficiency is offering DIY Weatherization workshops and Oregon Community Solar presentations virtually in January.
The weatherization workshops provide an hour of information to educate low income Oregonians on low-cost energy saving techniques focused on draft-stopping. Renters and homeowners alike will find the workshops valuable.
After the presentation, qualified participants can pick up a free kit of weatherization supplies to install in their home or have them delivered. Participants without internet can utilize a call-in option at 503.284.6827.
The solar presentations help low-income residents understand the working of the Oregon Community Solar Program and the benefits of becoming a program participant.
Participants don’t need to own their home or have a sunny roof to benefit from solar, they only need to live in Oregon and be a Portland General Electric, Pacific Power or Idaho Power customer.
For information on how to register for workshops and presentations, visit communityenergyproject.org/register-for/workshops.