Rural Energy Development Assistance

Want to save on your electric bill? If you own a farm or small rural business, we can help make your renewable energy project a reality.

Whether you want to go solar, harness the wind, invest in energy efficient equipment or harvest your own biofuels, the Rural Energy for America Program may be right for you. USDA grants are making renewable energy more available than ever. Clackamas Community College is partnering with Spark Northwest to offer free grantwriting and technical assistance so you can finally invest in your renewable energy future.

If you are interested in a project for your farm or business, fill out the intake form below.

Rural Energy Intake Form

 

 

  • Aug 26

    Rural Energy for America Program webinar 5:30-7 p.m. Aug. 26

    Learn how you can save money on your electric bill through the USDA Rural Energy for America Program!
     

    At this webinar you will learn how solar or other renewable energy projects might work for your business and what incentives are available for renewable energy projects. Find out how Spark Northwest and Clackamas Community College can help develop your project at no cost to you!

    Learn more and register.

  • Sep 3

    Rural Energy for America Program webinar 5:30-7 p.m. Sept. 3

    Learn how you can save money on your electric bill through the USDA Rural Energy for America Program!
     
    At this webinar you will hear from regional solar installer A&R Solar and energy project lender Puget Sound Cooperative Credit Union. Bring your project questions and learn if your business could benefit from a Rural Energy for America Program grant. 

     

    Learn more and register.

Learn more about the Renewable Energy program at Clackamas Community College.

Learn more about Spark Northwest, our partner in the Rural Energy Development Assistance program.

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For more information, contact

Abe Fouhy
abef@clackamas.edu