Solar Washington Annual Meet: 2010 Was Good Year

Join Solar Washington  for the January, 2011 Annual Membership Meeting from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm at the Seattle REI, 222 Yale Ave N, to learn just how great 2010 was as we recap the year, then get a glimpse of the vast potential that 2011 holds for our industry.

2010 was an epic year for solar in Washington, with better incentive programs and declining module prices finally driving the market the way we have all been waiting and hoping for. Our local solar industry – and a wave of new solar customers – are poised to make 2011 a true break-out year.

Solar Washington has assembled a lineup of speakers and organizations to kick off our first meeting of 2011 that is not to be missed!…

  • 2010 Recap and Looking Forward
    • Jason Keyes – President, Solar Washington & Attorney, Keyes & Fox LLP
  • Legislation and Incentives Recap
    • Mark Bohe, Tax Policy Specialist, WA State Department of Revenue
  • Made in Washington – Products, Pricing, and Possible New Entrants
    • Jeremy Smithson – Owner, Puget Sound Solar
    • Gary Shaver – President, Silicon Energy LLC
  • Installed Solar and Industry Expansion in 2010
    • Phil Lou – Solar Energy Specialist, WSU Extension Energy Program
    • Howard Lamb – Principal, Sunergy Systems
  • Solar Legislation and Incentives Recap and Outlook
    • Mark Bohe – Tax Policy Specialist, Washington State Department of Revenue
    • Mike Nelson – Solar Washington Policy Chair
    • Jason Keyes – President, Solar Washington & Attorney, Keyes & Fox LLP
    • State Legislator(s) – TBA
  • Utility Projects and Perspectives
    • Jake Wade – Net Metering Program Manager, Puget Sound Energy
    • Jack Brautigam – Renewable Energy Program Manager, Seattle City Light
    • Natasha Houldson – Emerging Technologies Program Manager, Snohomish PUD Solar Express Program
  • 2011 Projections and Summary
    • Howard Lamb, Principal, Sunergy Systems

Can’t make it down to REI? Skip the traffic and join us online to listen or chat questions for the speakers, or just listen in by phone. You must reserve a Webinar seat in advance to participate.

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