Links and Resources

Building a New Home?

Check out our Solar-Ready Home Guide


Energy Trust of Oregon

Find out how you can qualify to have the Energy Trust of Oregon help pay for your solar system. Abundant Solar is a Trade Ally of the Energy Trust of Oregon.

Oregon Department of Energy

Find out how you can qualify for State and Federal tax credits for your solar system.

Solar Oregon

Non-profit Solar Oregon’s mission statement says it all: ‘Leading the way to a clean energy future by demonstrating the successful use of solar energy in Oregon.’ We are proud to be a professional member of Solar Oregon.

Home Power Magazine

Our favorite magazine about home solar, wind, hydro and efficiency published in Ashland, OR.

Consumer's Power INc.

Consumer’s Power is an electric cooperative that serves parts of Corvallis, and surrounding rural areas. Click on CPI above to find out about solar incentives offered to Consumer’s Power customers.

Green Street Lending

Green Street Lending is a partnership between Umpqua Bank and The Energy Trust of Oregon to provide low interest, no fee loans for renewable energy and energy efficiency projects. This program is available for Energy Trust qualified projects.


The Database for State Incentives for Renewables and Efficiency is a great resource for researching available incentives across the nation. Send this link to your friends in other states to encourage them to go solar, or improve efficiency.

Oregon Solar Industries Association

OSEIA is our industry trade group in Oregon who advocates for clean solar energy legislation, organizes and promotes solar educational events and produces the “Northwest Solar Expo” held at the Oregon Convention Center every spring. Abundant Solar is a proud business member of OSEIA.