The City of Edmonds has agreed to host a community solar installation on the Frances Anderson Center, the city's community center located in downtown Edmonds. The installation is being developed by the Edmonds Community Solar Cooperative, supported by Tangerine Power in cooperation with Sustainable Edmonds.
The Edmonds Community Solar project is a unique public/private partnership enabling Snohomish PUD customers to participate in a collective solar project that reduces the costs of access and ownership while reaping the benefits of generating clean, solar energy for the community. Information can be found in the Edmonds Community Solar Cooperative's FAQ sheet. Visuals related to the project can also be found here.
|Community Solar Host:||Frances Anderson Center (Roof),
700 Main Street
Edmonds WA 98020
|Building Owner:||City of Edmonds|
|Solar Power System Owner:||EDMONDS COMMUNITY SOLAR COOPERATIVE, a Washington Cooperative Association|
|Solar Energy Facility:||Up to 60 kilowatt (kW) Solar Power Array (Enough to power 6-8 average NW Houses)
Silicon Energy Cascade Series 200 watt solar modules (Made in WA)
Fixed roof mount
|Official 'Ribbon Cutting':||October 19, 2011|
|Agreement Termination Date:||June 30, 2020|