No, we develop community solar projects, enroll participants, and provide project administration.
We develop educational materials and curriculum and provide seminars at request.
Community solar overcomes barriers to solar energy. Those who cannot put solar on their own roof or afford solar individually can participate in and benefit from community solar. Renters, multifamily buildings, and shaded buildings are only a few of the many barriers to solar ownership.
Community solar accelerates the adoption of solar energy through collaborative investment. We are powerful together.
Community solar builds new economic opportunities and creates good paying jobs.
Community Solar reduces pollution. Each of our Hummingbird solar units will reduce 2,700 pounds of C02 over the term of participation.
Our first project, the Hummingbird Project, is fully enrolled! We’ll have another project ready in early 2021.
Same equipment, different ownership models.
Community solar projects are group owned, are split into affordable units, and only take minutes to sign up for.
Our Hummingbird project is located on the Hands On Children’s Museum.
We work with land and building owners around Washington State to create community solar projects.
Washington residents, businesses, and nonprofits can all participate in our community solar projects.
Anybody in the US can donate solar units to our non-profit partners.