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.
Three upcoming public workshops will provide an opportunity for early input into the County's 2020 Strategic Climate Action Plan. We want your feedback! What are the most important and impactful climate actions the County can take? Where can the County lead? What can we accomplish in partnership with you?
These workshops are a chance to learn and problem-solve with other participants and county staff on how to best take action on climate change. County staff will share our recent climate progress and challenges, and then participants will have to opportunity to break into topic areas to brainstorm priorities and solutions.
-Tuesday, October 2nd, 6- 8 pm, Bellevue College (East King County)
-Wednesday, October 16th, 6-8 pm, Highline College (South King County)
-Early/Mid October, likely at the Univ. of Washington (North King County)
On October 5 & 6, 2019, hundreds of people who have gone solar across the nation will open their homes and businesses to engage their communities around the power of solar energy.
Solar homes, businesses, non-profit organizations, municipal buildings, religious institutions, schools, and community solar gardens are all invited to host solar open houses as part of the National Solar Tour. Click for details.