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Olympia Considering Community Solar

Solar panels considered for museum, City Hall

MATT BATCHELDOR; Staff writer 

OLYMPIA – Olympia’s new City Hall and under-construction Hands On Children’s Museum may get energy-saving solar panels.

The city is considering a proposal from Tangerine Power of Seattle to install the panels on the buildings at no cost to the city. The city would lease rooftop space to Tangerine for nine years for $1 per year, said Assistant City Manager Jay Burney. In turn, Tangerine would be responsible for installing and maintaining the systems, and get paid in state incentives.

Tangerine Power at Colorado Renewable Energy Society event

A Colorado Cooperative for Community Solar

August 5th, 2011

CRES OfficeHabitat for Humanity Building, 
3245 Eliot Street, Denver, Colorado

Buy a Ray of Sunshine

Stanley Florek is trying to get people to see the light.

His company, Fremont-based Tangerine Power, is looking to spark interest in “crowd-funded clean energy systems” — solar-panel arrays funded by local community members.

Edmonds to Shine with Solar System

EDMONDS, WA — The city of Edmonds has moved one step closer to having the first co-op solar project in the state.

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