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Spark Northwest provides educational events to community members to support renewable energy project development.
Spark Northwest accelerates the shift to clean energy one community at a time. Our programs make affordable, locally-controlled clean energy more accessible for all.
At Spark Northwest, we have directly helped over 1,900 homeowners, farmers, tribes, and low-income communities switch to clean energy, resulting in over 14 megawatts of local renewable energy generated, $42M in economic investment, and dozens of green jobs. See the full scope of our impacts by clicking on the interactive map below:
A local nonprofit builds a new home for preschoolers in Yakima, bringing clean energy to a Latino community.
Sustainable farming on the Oregon coast adds solar to their environmentally-friendly business, bringing the joy of delicious produce to their community.
Spark Northwest and Remote Energy help Pacific Northwest colleges create remote clean energy curriculum.
A rural cheese company offsets their energy through solar power, making their farm a destination for cheese lovers.
Sphere Solar goes from bringing residential solar to Mercer Island to bringing solar to a rural Kenyan village.
Spark Northwest’s partnership with Pierce Conservation District helps this chicken farmer produce free-range eggs for his local community.
A 150 year-old family farm, rooted in history, turns a new chapter by installing two solar arrays along the Willamette River.
Team of clean energy enthusiasts team up with Solarize South Seattle to bring solar to 27 households in Jackson Place Cohousing.
Two long-time solar fans are able to finally get a new system through the benefits of Solarize.
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Spark Northwest provides publications, guidebooks and web tools that help communities pursue clean energy projects.