Thurston County residents and businesses can access solar at prices below market rates, thanks to the solar group-purchasing program, Solarize Thurston. The program supported 139 Thurston County homes and businesses to install clean energy in 2021!
139 SYSTEMS CONTRACTED
1,400 KW SOLAR CAPACITY
MORE THAN $2.7M INVESTED
What is Solarize?
Solarize is a group purchasing model used throughout the country to reduce costs and simplify the solar installation process. Combining demand saves local solar installers time and energy, and allows them to purchase equipment in bulk – saving you money.
Special Financing Available
Limited time reduced financing rates have been negotiated through a partnership with Puget Sound Cooperative Credit Union (PSCCU). No down payment required, 90 days with 0% interest and no payments.
Solar is more affordable and effective than ever before!
Site assessments and quotes are free.
Get special group-purchasing prices.
Save money on your electric bill every month.
Qualify for a federal tax credit.
First, thank you for doing this. I’ve been interested in solar for a long time but was absolutely overwhelmed by the amount of information online and having to set up a loan. I honestly may not have made the switch to solar if I hadn’t discovered this program. This streamlined everything and I felt like I was in good hands. I asked my mom to attend the workshop to help make sure it made sense for me and she ended up with a contract as well! The workshop covered everything I wanted it to. I think the program sells itself once interested folks find out about it.
This was a great program. I really appreciated having solar available at a lower cost with an already vetted provider.
You guys rock! This program is what lit a fire under my ass to finally get the solar panels I'd been wanting for years. It was so easy that I just couldn't miss the opportunity.
This was a great program to be involved in and resulted in many households in Thurston county getting solar installations. This program needs to be duplicated in other communities throughout the state.
My experience with this year's campaign was flawless. Keep it up!
Do you face barriers to solar?
Are there tall trees around your house? Are you a renter? Have an old roof?
If your solar site assessment shows that your property is not the right fit for solar, don’t worry – you can still participate in a Community Solar Project.