Wind Energy in Oregon
Find wind data and information in Oregon, including maps, capacity, ordinances, and more.
Capacity & Generation
Installed Capacity 3,213 MW Source: American Wind Energy Association Market ReportSource: U.S. Energy Information Administration's Open Data API, Electricity Net Generation.
WETO R&D Projects
To view a list of wind research and development projects in Oregon funded by DOE’s Wind Energy Technologies Office, visit the Wind R&D Projects Map and select Oregon from the dropdown menu.
Wind Education & Training
Career training and projects at schools in Oregon.
Wind for Schools Project Locations
Policies & Incentives
7 local wind energy ordinances
Oregon Offices & Organizations
Clean Energy Group is a leading national, nonprofit organization working on innovative policy, technology, and finance programs in the areas of clean energy and climate change. The group's projects concentrate on climate and clean energy issues at the state, national, and international levels and include stakeholders from governments and the private and nonprofit sectors. Clean Energy Group assists states to create and implement innovative practices and public funding programs for clean energy project deployment; creates networks of U.S. and international policy makers to address climate stabilization strategies; and advances effective distributed innovation theories, finance, and commercialization tools for new climate technologies.
Energy Trust of Oregon collaborates with utilities, nonprofits, and government agencies and provides information, cash incentives, and contractor connections to help customers use less energy, generate renewable power, and protect the environment.
This website offers information on renewable energy in Oregon, including programs, incentives, data, and reports.
Renewable Northwest works to expand renewable energy resources in the Northwest through collaboration with government, industry, utilities, customers, and advocacy groups.
Spark Northwest has worked with more than 100 communities, catalyzing 7,227 megawatt-hours annually of clean, renewable energy. From research and evaluation to final implementation, Spark Northwest is equipped to help communities find the clean energy solutions that best suit their needs.