Want to help our community make the transition to renewable energy?
Solarize Corvallis is a grassroots initiative to put solar panels at as many buildings in our community as possible by the year 2025.
With your help, the Corvallis Sustainability Coalition and Oregon Clean Power Cooperative are working to add solar to our schools, nonprofits, and government buildings.
Check out our first Solarize Corvallis projects:
- Corvallis School District Offices – 150 kW ground-mounted solar array (installed March 2020)
- Old Mill Center for Children & Families – 100 kW rooftop solar array (installed August 2020)
- Benton County Kalapuya Building, 5400 SW Research Way – 110 kW rooftop solar array (installed October 2020)
- Corvallis High School – An additional 150 kW rooftop solar array (installed April 2021)
- First United Methodist Church Community Center – 40 KW rooftop solar array with battery backup (installed November 2021)
- Block 15 Brewery and Tap Room – 98 kW rooftop solar array (installed December 2021)
- Third Street Commons, former Budget Inn, owned by Corvallis Housing First – 30 kW rooftop solar array (installed February 2022)
- Linus Pauling Middle School – 89 kW rooftop solar array (installed June 2022)
Solarize Corvallis has three additional school projects in the pipeline with the Corvallis School District, and we are currently reaching out to local businesses and the City of Corvallis to plan our next projects.
The Corvallis Sustainability Coalition is part of the Oregon Interfaith Solar Campaign.
Let’s accelerate our community’s transition to renewable energy and create a brighter future for all of us!
Find out how you can participate in this exciting initiative HERE.