Together We Can
Solarize Your Community
Residents and businesses of Thurston, Mason, Pierce, and Lewis Counties can access solar at prices below market rates, thanks to the Solarize group-purchasing program.
Our 2022 Solarize campaign is no longer open for enrollment.
If you're still interested in solar we recommend joining our community solar project or filling out the form below for a home assessment.
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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.
Our Solarize Contractors
Olympia Community Solar conducted a competitive contractor selection process to vet and evaluate solar installers for the job.
Six contractors have been selected for the campaign:
- South Sound Solar (at capacity)
- PacWest Solar
- Sunpath Electric (at capacity)
- Sphere Solar Energy
- SunsEye Solar (at capacity)
- CapStone Solar
Our team worked to get all six partners to agree on the same pricing, equipment, and sales standards to ensure our customers were guaranteed a good cost and good equipment.
Each solarize participant was assigned to a partner installer upon their entry into the campaign.
Last Year's Campaign
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.
Special Financing Available
Limited time reduced financing rates have been negotiated through our Solarize financing partners:
Puget Sound Cooperative Credit Union
Ineligible for a Solar Installation? Community Solar Is For You!
Are there tall trees around your house? Are you a renter? Maybe you have an old roof? If your solar assessment shows that your property is not the right fit for solar, don’t worry – you can still participate in a Community Solar Project.