Solarize Seattle: Northwest
From Sustainable Ballard
Get Solar Energy on Your Home
Have you wanted solar panels on your roof? Wondering if it is cost-effective? Confused about how to get solar?
Sustainable Ballard is proud to join other neighborhood groups to bring the Solarize Seattle program to Northwest Seattle. The spring 2013 campaign offers free education about solar and uses group-buying power to help us get solar energy powering our homes at the best available price!
- Free public workshops
- Saturday, January 26 -- Phinney Neighborhood Center -- 10:00 - 11:30 am
- Wednesday, February 20 -- Sunset Hill Community Association -- 6:30 - 8:00 pm
- Saturday, March 16 -- Bitter Lake Community Center -- 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
- Saturday, April 6 -- Solid Ground in Wallingford -- 10:00 - 11:30 am
Fill out the brief www.solarizewa.org "Bring Solarize to Me" form and sign up for a free workshop.
Solarize Seattle: Northwest is a grassroots effort to bring solar to our neighborhoods through the Solarize program run by Northwest SEED, a local nonprofit.
- Sustainable Ballard
- Sustainable Greenwood-Phinney
- Sustainable Seattle
- Sustainable Wallingford
- Phinney Neighborhood Association
- Phinney Ridge Community Council
- Greenwood Community Council
- Green Lake Community Council
- Meaningful Movies Project
- Solar in Seattle?
Now is a great time to consider solar for your home. Federal tax credits, state “production credits” on the energy generated on your roof, state sales tax waiver (until June 30, 2013) and low-interest alternative energy loans make it more affordable. The Solarize program makes it less complicated, with solid technology and sustainability education, a competitive contractor selection process and expert facilitation.
To lend a hand in your neighborhood, contact us at solarizeNWseattle@gmail.com.
- Neighborhood organizers needed!
- Green Lake
- Crown Hill
- Blue Ridge