Energy

  September 2022

Bellingham Adopts Progressive Energy Code

by Luisa Loi Bellingham has exceeded Washington State Energy Code’s minimum requirements by adopting its own energy code and joining Seattle and Shoreline at the forefront of climate action in the state. It’s the city’s attempt to reduce its dependence … Continue reading

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  February 2016

Free Workshops on Installing Solar Panels

Sustainable Connections along with local business partners Ecotech Solar, Western Solar and Itek Energy announce a new community solar purchasing program titled “Solarize Whatcom.” The program encourages homeowners and businesses to install solar panels on their homes, businesses or multifamily … Continue reading

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  February 2016

Bellingham Energy Prize Aims to Save More

Whatcom County is a community rich in the resources needed to help each and every citizen save energy in their homes, at their places of work, and at school — just about anywhere energy is used. The Bellingham Energy Prize … Continue reading

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