Commerce awards $3.7 million for solar installations benefitting low-income communities

Washington state map shows project locations. Text describes that the nine projects will generate 2.8megawatts of energy and save $6.1 million over 25 years.
Side-by-side images with a photo showing an apartment building from the street level and the other a rendering of what the solar panels will look like on the roof
Merritt Manor in Olympia (Photo courtesy of Olympia Community Solar)
A sprawling building with angled roofs and a beautiful backdrop of trees and forest land in the background.
East Whatcom Regional Resource Center (Photo courtesy of Opportunity Council)

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