The state’s first full size, 75-kW community solar project has been completed on Poulsbo Middle School. Coming on line last March, the project was installed at no cost to the school. Instead, a group of community members financed the installation and are now eligible for up to $5,000 a year in incentive payments.Read more
36 Snohomish County residents + 7 organizations join forces for a solar “Barn Raising”
Community Solar legislation, passed in 2009, made it possible for renters, condo owners, forest dwellers and thousandaires to share in the triple bottom line of solar energy use. We can: reduce our carbon footprint (good for our planet), provide discounted power to the cities and schools (good for our community), and receive federal, state and utility incentives (good for our wallet).
Edmonds Community Solar Cooperative is a 100% locally owned enterprise set up to make more clean energy under Washington's Community Solar program.Read more
After returning from an extended stay in Denmark, Dan & Rebecca Miller decided it was time to do their part in moving toward a sustainable lifestyle. They stepped up their conservation efforts across the board, and even retired one of their vehicles in exchange for regular bicycle and public transportation use. Only after marinating on the idea of solar for almost a year did the Miller’s finally commit to using solar energy as their home’s primary power source.Read more