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A bill aims to re-establish the state’s former highly effective solar incentive program, which ran from 2017 to late 2018 and led to the installation of nearly 7,500 residential energy systems, 380 commercial energy systems, and more than 100 MW of solar capacity.
The Canadian solar module manufacturer Silfab and the Arizona-based national installer Titan solar have already installed modules across 18 states in partnership.
The 1.2 MW installation will join a host of other renewable resources in powering the stadium’s 11 MW electricity load.
The investment is expected to provide growth capital for increased domestic production and sourcing, and to enable new generations of modules.
The company opened a new plant north of Seattle and is now shipping a 370 W Prime series module.
While the full Integrated Resource Plan has yet to be submitted to regulators, we now know that PacifiCorp is planning no new investments in gas or coal, with plans to retire all coal units by 2040.
The array on the $1 billion Climate Pledge Arena may not generate much energy in cloudy and rainy Seattle, but the solar panels are bound to be clean.
Nine projects received grants from the Low-Income Solar Deployment Program, part of the state’s Clean Energy Fund.
The rules apply to Puget Sound Energy, Avista and Pacific Power. The state’s Commerce Department developed similar rules that apply to municipal and other consumer-owned utilities.
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