True South Solar has been a community supporter from Day One. Since Eric and Shawn started the business in 2010, True South has contributed many thousands of dollars to local community groups. Over the past 5 years, we’ve committed more than $50,000 in donations supporting local nonprofits. We also encourage team members to volunteer. We… Read in Browser >>
True South Solar is 100% dedicated to the Southern Oregon community. This area is like a patchwork quilt, with residents, organizations, and businesses all sewn together to create a great place to live and work.
Bull Gap Jump Line mountain bike trail has been 5 years in the making. It is a fully approved project with an estimated need of $150,000 for completion. The trail will be beginner-friendly with a bike-only downhill trail with a progressive jump line and a parallel multi-use trail for uphill riding, hiking, and running. The… Read in Browser >>
The Inflation Reduction Act, passed in 2022, enables Rogue Valley non-profit organizations to qualify for a direct payment tax credit (the ITC) to go solar–as opposed to taking it as a tax liability. In the past, most organizations would have to partner with a bank or developer to take advantage of the tax credit (nonprofit… Read in Browser >>
What happens to solar equipment when the system is no longer in use or at the end of its life? Unfortunately, many panels have ended up in landfills. In 2015, California passed a law that does not allow PV panels to be dumped into landfills. Because of that, panels were being shipped to other states… Read in Browser >>
As our community begins to rebuild, members have reached out to us for advice on how to rebuild stronger, with sustainability at the forefront. As there are many ways to create sustainable buildings, solar is what we know, and we are happy to share what we know with anyone interested. We will provide free solar… Read in Browser >>