The solar industry has grown tremendously in Washington over the past decade. Washington State is home to many companies that manufacture solar-related products and have a strong presence in our state. Below is a list of such companies serving as a resource for you and industry representatives as well as showcasing a robust solar industry in our state.
The products they sell benefit people inside Washington and beyond. These companies are creating new clean energy jobs and strengthening our state’s economy. We will update this list regularly. (Last updated July 31, 2018).
Alpha Technologies (Bellingham) – Components for utility scale solar
Battery Power Systems (BPS) (Pacific) – Specializing in standby power systems for telecom, broadband, utility, oil & gas, enterprise, and industrial applications.
Samson/Blue Frog Solar (Poulsbo) – Micro inverters for Solar PV
HydroBee (Seattle) – Portable solar panels and more
Magnum Energy (a division of Sensata) (Everett) – Inverters and charge controllers for battery based systems, specializing in marine & RV applications
MidNite Solar (Arlington)– Manufacturer of AC and DC disconnect boxes for the alternative energy industry
Northwest Solar Rover (Seattle) –Portable off-grid solar power for outdoor events or festivals
Power Climber Wind (Seattle) – Builders of equipment to access wind turbines for maintenance
REC Silicon (Moses Lake) - producers of polysilicon for the photovoltaic industry
Outback Power (a division of Alpha Technologies) (Arlington) – Power conversion inverters for grid-tied and off-gird uses
Silfab Solar (Bellingham) – Solar modules (panels); Silfab is now manufacturing solar modules (panels) in the former Itek Energy facility in Bellingham and is significantly expanding solar panel manufacturing there.
Silk Road Solar (Kennewick) – Solar hot water heaters
SunModo (Vancouver) – Roof and ground mount solar racking systems
Uniready Technologies (Mukilteo) – Vanadium flow battery for energy storage