Other Projects

Washington Community Solar Projects

Click on the photos to learn more about community solar projects in Washington currently producing clean, renewable energy through community ownership.

Seattle City Light Solar

Seattle City Light has a community solar program with four fully subscribed projects. These projects include Jefferson Park, the Seattle Aquarium, the Phinney Ridge Neighborhood Association building, Woodland Park Zoo, and the Capital Hill Eco District.

Olympia Farmer's Market

Friends of the Olympia Farmer’s Market installed a solar system atop the Olympia Farmer’s Market in 2011. The system is 37kWs and owned by 13 community members.

Skagit Community Solar

This community group has been successful in building five community solar arrays. They found an extra source of income by selling Renewable Energy Credits to Puget Sound Energy.

Clark County Public Utilities

Clark Public Utilities has committed to build and maintain five Community Solar projects adjacent to one another at the utility Operations Center in Orchards. The arrays began generating electricity June 2015.

Benton County Public Utility

Benton PUD built their first community solar project in 2015 at their facility in Kennewick and a second project at their facility in Prosser.