Fasten Your Seatbelts
It's going to be a bumpy ride. El Nino's back and is enhanced by increased global temperatures and atmospheric water vapor. It will be warmer and wetter in the West, with more energetic storms.
It's Easy Being Green
Sorry, Kermit, but we can't agree with that refrain you sing because we know that living with a light carbon footprint is no problem; in fact it's easy. Some would say that people can't be bothered to live sustainably, that it's inconvenient, but I contend that it is harder to not live green...
It's National Drive Electric Week - Check Out 21 EV Models
Are you EV curious? Come on out to Issaquah on Sunday; there will be 21 different models of EVs at the Triple-X Drive-in from 9 am - 3 pm, 67 vehicles altogether. EV Support, a division of Puget Sound Solar, has donated a Clippercreek charging station that will be given away...
Sustainable Ballard Festival This Saturday
Join us for the 12th Annual Sustainable Ballard Festival this Saturday, Sept 19th at Ballard Commons Park. There will be the usual mixture of education and fun, merchandise and music. And solar, of course. Come on over and say howdy...
Hey, did you lose power in the wind storm?
Now there is a simple way to keep a large solar panel array working when the grid goes down, and if you are interested we would like to tell you about it.
Hanging Out with a PV Pioneer
...and other stories from the 40th birthday bash thrown by Solarworld Americas in Portland, OR this week.
Getting High (Rise) on Solar
The crane operator at the 810 Dexter project slings 19 pallets of materials up to the roof for a 25.5 kW PV system to be installed by our commercial solar crew led by Michiel Zuidweg.
Want to Ask Questions About Solar? Attend a Free Workshop!
NW Seed and Seattle City Light are sponsoring a series of workshops that will give you all the information you need about solar in Seattle. The next one is August 11, 7:00 - 8:00 PM at the Phinney Neighborhood Center. Puget Sound Solar will be there...
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