Due to high demand, the Solarize Thurston group purchasing campaign is not accepting new customers. Please consider joining our Sunflower Community Solar project by clicking here:

Solar Celebration at the
Hands On Childrens Museum

Please join Hummingbird and Solarize Thurston participants and partners for an eventful evening at the Hands On Childrens Museum. We’ll be serving drinks, geeking out about solar, and enjoying the Museum’s 150 exciting exhibits, 10 beautiful galleries and a half acre of outdoor space. You might even win a prize in a solar themed raffle!

Saturday, October 2nd at 6:00pm

414 Jefferson ST NE, Olympia WA 98501

Have you considered installing solar energy? 

Thurston County residents and businesses can access solar at prices more than 25% below market rates, thanks to the solar group-purchasing program, Solarize Thurston. The program, a partnership of Olympia Community Solar and CapStone Solar, will support 130 Thurston County homes and businesses to install clean energy! 





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.


Campaign Price: $1.95/watt

Average Washington Price: $2.63/watt (source)

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 (and 100% virtual).

  • Get special group-purchasing prices.

  • Save money on your electric bill every month.

  • Reduce pollution.

  • Qualify for a 26% federal tax credit.

Contribute to low-income solar access – for every 50 kilowatts installed we’ll support a low-income family to install solar. 

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.