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HB1105 – House Environment Hearing Testimony Followup

Dear Representatives McCoy, Upthegrove, Pike and Members of the Environment Committee, Staff and stakeholders: It was an honor to present to you at Wednesday’s hearing on HB1105. And I thank you for the opportunity to submit recommendations in writing. Bottom line is that our State incentive program which has already created many Washington State jobs is [...] Read more »

Proposed changes to replace/amend the “community solar” program:

[Update on 2-11-13: The confusion about the meaning of "community solar" may be partially to blame for the current absence of  a public host/public benefit in the current draft of HB1301.  Perhaps the wisest course is to accept the existing definition of community solar in the cost recovery program, clarifying and defending the incentives for public [...] Read more »

Pushing “Pause” to Fix the Laws

Dear Friends, Your interest in Backbone’s Community Solar project is deeply appreciated. Believe me, I hate delivering this message, I wish that I was writing to tell you that all the money was raised and we are moving forward, BUT I am not. As a Vermont farmer once told me, “You cannot push the river.” But [...] Read more »

King County Council approves Vashon solar project

October 15 King County Council approval of Backbone CSP lease agreement I am happy to report that as we had foreseen, the lease agreement with King County needed only minor edits and was unanimously approved by the King County Council.  There is no obligation to the project to enact the lease, but this milestone was a [...] Read more »

Backbone & King County convening discussion on improving Washington State’s

Convening Stakeholders for Improvements to the Current Law I have invested a great deal of time in the last month interviewing stakeholders with interests in the future of solar, community solar, and distributed renewable energy production in Washington State.  Equipment producers, installers, public hosts, utilities, renewable energy advocates, and community organizers across the state have overlapping [...] Read more »

Letter to the Editor Supporting the Backbone CSP

Jerry Henley’s Letter to the Editor In case you missed it, Backbone CSP investor Jerry Henley’s letter to the editor appeared in the October 3 Beachcomber. We want to personally thank Jerry for his public support and explanation to other community members why he has submitted an application to participate in the Backbone CSP.  We hope it will [...] Read more »

Community Solar Project Q&A and Application to Invest

Community Solar Project Q&A  (pdf download) Application to Invest  (pdf download)       Read more »

VCS Progress Report to Potential Investors & Community Members

We want to update Backbone supporters, fellow Vashon Islanders and potential investors on our proposed Vashon Community Solar (VCS) project at the King County Transfer Station on Vashon. Since late October we have been working with a multi-departmental team at the County. We’ve identified an empty expanse of land north of the Vashon recycling centre as ideal: excellent solar [...] Read more »

Bill Moyer Testifies before the King Co. Council Transportation, Economy, and Environment Committee

The entire meeting with other related testimony is available HERE. Read more »

Download Vashon Community Solar Brochure

Vashon Community Solar Brochure - front cover

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