The Frances Anderson Center Solar Project ("Project") is a project of Edmonds Community Solar Cooperative. The purpose of the Program is to:
Provide discounted electricity to the Frances Anderson Community Center thru 6/30/2020, and potentially for many more years if the City of Edmonds desires.
Provide a way for the community surrounding the Community Center to support the transition to clean energy.
Educate the Edmonds community about solar energy.
Earn State of Washington Solar Production Incentives, and provide cash rewards up to the Wireless Solar Panel buyer's original purchase amount.
Provide the Co-Op with the potential ability to direct future local clean energy benefits out of surplus funds at the end of the contract period.
How the program works
Members directly support the installation of solar panels at Frances Anderson Community Center with their dollars. Members of the Program are entitled to the following benefits:
Your name promoted with the solar array you are supporting.
The ability to track the energy production of the solar power system you're supporting.
Annual rewards - each year for the entire membership period, the Program will provide each member cash rewards for each Wireless Solar Panel™ you own, supported by green energy production made possible by your purchase. (e.g. A Member buys a Cooperative Membership for $25 and a Wireless Solar Paneltm for $1,000 and receives $1,000 back - PLUS they own part of solar power system in their community. Member rewards are paid annually now thru 2020, funded by sale of power to City of Edmonds and by available incentives.)
Anyone may join the Co-op but only cooperative members living in the state of Washington may purchase Wireless Solar Panels™, and be eligible for all the incentives available. A member of the Cooperative may be an individual, a group of individuals, or an entity, such as a corporation or nonprofit organization.
Edmonds, WA ($173,000 Raised) 700 Main Street Edmonds, WA 98020
Construction Start Date:
Sep 1, 2011
City of Edmonds
Project End Date:
Jun 30, 2020
EDMONDS COMMUNITY SOLAR COOPERATIVE, a Washington Cooperative Association
Up to 60 kilowatt (kW) Solar Power Array
Made in Washington Solar Panels and Electric Inverters.
All Washington State residents are welcome.
Expected 10 Year Benefits for Wireless Solar PanelTM Buyers:
A Member buys a Cooperative Membership for $25 and a Wireless Solar Paneltm for $1,000 and receives $1,000 back - PLUS they own part of solar power system in their community. Member rewards are paid in annual installments now thru 2020, funded by sale of power to City of Edmonds and by available incentives.
90 Members in this Project
$173,000in Solar FundingRaised
PCC Natural Markets (Business)
Maxwell Statistics (Business)
Objective Consulting (Business)
Sunergy Systems (Business)
Top Ten Toys (Business)
Edmonds Unitarian Universalist Church (Nonprofit Organization)
St. John's Episcopal Church, Snohomish, WA (Nonprofit Organization)
Chris Herman, Winter Sun Design (Board Chair)
Carlo Voli (Board Member)
William & Sally Lider (Board Member)
Stanley Florek (Board Member)
Andrew Boyd (Board Member)
Robert R. & Janice Freeman
Brian & Joan Poor
George F. Jr & Shirley A Lockeman
Carl Zapora & Cheryl Foster
Heather Margo Family
Tom and Beth Sanger
Jerome & Mary Freundlich Family Trust
Jackie & Phyllis Minchew
Tim, Shelly, Carolyn, and Lilly Crosby
Dean Smith & Jennie Lindberg
Doris & Clair Olivers
Paul & Laura Spehar
Cliff, Clara, Tenzing, & Kepler Burger
Don & Keren Lacourse
Richard L. & Irene Mcmanus
Michelle & Louie Herman
Robert & Alina Bartell
Janell Marie Hansen
Jan & Jeff Cutis
Tyre L. Tyndall
John & Vernelle Claus
John R. First & Candace McKenna
Amy & Dennis Heidner
Laura & Mark Myers
Lyle J. Whitcomb
Richard & Erica Strauss
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