…to reduce my energy bill$.
…for a commercial building.
…for my family and home.
…for my future!
…to fuel my electric vehicle.
…for my clients.
…to save our planet!
The other day I was driving across the Albro Place bridge and had to stop to take a picture of this mile-long oil train waiting for the all-clear to continue on its way to the Cherry Point refineries. I couldn’t help but think about where that oil was ultimately going – to the fuel tanks […]
Hal Bernton interviewed Jeremy and Pam for the Sept. 7th segment in his Seattle Times series dealing with responses to climate change. There is a discussion of solar energy systems that are leased to utility customers by a third party such as SolarCity. Companies that lease solar like to point out that the expansion of the […]
Our crews have completed work on the Bellevue Service Center solar array. The completed 23.2 kilowatt system consists of (86) Itek 270 watt panels and (6) Itek Theia inverters. Paid for by a Washington Department of Commerce grant, it is projected to offset seven percent of the building’s electrical load on sunny days.
The Washington State Building Code Council last week unanimously approved a change in state law allowing the installation of simple rooftop solar photovoltaic (PV) systems without review by an engineer. This change removes an estimated $500 to $2,500 in project costs and up to eight weeks of wait time for homeowners without compromising structural safety, […]