Solar Washington is the nonprofit organization connecting you with “all things solar” in Washington. We present and partner with other organizations to hold events and our General Meetings, present the annual Washington State Solar Summit, host Solar 101 workshops, and provide other educational resources for Washingtonians with an interest in solar. Whether you are considering solar for your home or business, seeking a career in solar, or wanting to learn about legislation in Olympia, Solar Washington provides helpful information to help you navigate the solar energy landscape in Washington State.
Want to learn more about solar energy, how it works, how it's used and more?
Solar Washington will host An Introduction to Solar webinar on Friday, April 10 at 12noon. This webinar, presented by Solar Washington Board Member Jay Larson (also of PCI Renewables, pictured below), will provide an overview about how solar works (primarily, but not limited to, solar PV), its uses and general applications, general costs, and more. The webinar should last up to one hour.
This free webinar is aimed at homeowners and others who are relatively new to solar and are considering investing in solar in the future.
Solar Washington's website contains many resources surrounding solar, how it works, and more. Click for details.
Remote participation space is limited. Please RSVP below. We will email you a link to participate before the webinar. Thank you!
(Installation photo above courtesy of Western Solar.)
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THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELED.
Join the NW Energy Coalition for the spring Clean & Affordable Energy Conference in Missoula on May 7th, 2020!
This year’s conference will explore important energy issues including the movement to 100% clean electricity by local governments, utilities, and businesses. In addition, conference panels will discuss how to ensure the well-being of families and communities as the region undergoes the transition from fossil fuel-based power plants to clean energy. Conference speakers will also discuss the role for new resources in regional power planning and how resource adequacy metrics can be enhanced to more effectively value customer-side resources and new renewables.