Your Guide to the Solar Program
Energy Trust offers a free series of online, on-demand video training modules that outline our incentives and requirements. All contractors must complete mandatory program training to ensure they understand the incentives, eligibility criteria, procedures and technical installation standards. For convenience, this training is provided below.
Required Reading for Solar Electric Trade Allies
Solar trade allies are required to follow the program and installation requirements defined in the following documents. These documents explain project eligibility requirements, program processes (such as the incentive application, review and verification processes) and technical design and installation requirements.
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- Basic Project and Trade Ally Information
- Customer & Site Information, Project Details
- System Components
- Interconnection Agreements & Application Materials
- Final Review and Submission
Finishing Your Project
Quick Links for PowerClerk Users
PowerClerk Login Page
PowerClerk User Agreement
PowerClerk Status Flowchart
Stay up-to-date with Energy Trust trainings and events by regularly checking our Calendar. In addition, other organizations provide classroom and installation training opportunities. Although not mandatory, Energy Trust recommends that contractors attend a solar system design and installation class prior to applying to become a solar trade ally.
The Oregon Solar + Storage Industries Association offers installer training opportunities throughout the year, including a slate of courses at the Oregon Solar +Storage Conference (OSSC). For more information, go to the OSSIA website.
Solar Energy International (SEI)
Solar Energy International (SEI) offers high-quality training courses and seminars on solar and solar+storage systems in various locations around the country on a regular basis as well as online courses.