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.

Read our 2021 Annual Report.

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Stories from the Field

La Casa Hogar

A local nonprofit builds a new home for preschoolers in Yakima, bringing clean energy to a Latino community.

Valley Flora Farm

Sustainable farming on the Oregon coast adds solar to their environmentally-friendly business, bringing the joy of delicious produce to their community.     

Diversifying the Solar Workforce

Spark Northwest and Remote Energy help Pacific Northwest colleges create remote clean energy curriculum.

Bow Hill Blueberries

An organic blueberry farm uses solar and energy efficiency to build an international business. Learn how Bow Hill Blueberries used federal grants to make a small farm into a big success.         

Lummi Nation School

Solar power that integrates curriculum with real life and empowers a clean future for future generations

Yakima Habitat for Humanity

Breaking down barriers to homeownership through solar savings

Samish Bay Cheese

A rural cheese company offsets their energy through solar power, making their farm a destination for cheese lovers.

Solarize Mercer Island

Sphere Solar goes from bringing residential solar to Mercer Island to bringing solar to a rural Kenyan village.

Cooperativa Tierra y Libertad

Farmworkers team up to own a cooperative that balances economic, social, and environmental sustainability

Mullen Farms

A 150 year-old family farm, rooted in history, turns a new chapter by installing two solar arrays along the Willamette River.

Jackson Place Cohousing

Team of clean energy enthusiasts team up with Solarize South Seattle to bring solar to 27 households in Jackson Place Cohousing.

Working With You

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Spark Northwest provides publications, guidebooks and web tools that help communities pursue clean energy projects.