Green Power Solar Grant installation at Skagit Food Distribution Center in Sedro-Woolley.
Green Power Solar Grant 2021-2022
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Since 2017, our over 80,000 Green Power and Solar Choice participants have helped PSE provide annual funding to nonprofits, public housing authorities and tribal entities for new solar installations in PSE’s electric service area.

These solar installations allow recipients to save money through lower utility bills, increasing the funding available for them to support low-income and/or Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) communities.

The applications period is now closed for the 2023-24 round of Green Power Solar Grants! Another round of funding will open in June 2024.


$4.8 million awarded


2.2 million kWh generated annually


67 solar projects funded

Carbon Emissions

1,986,859 lbs of carbon emissions saved

Past Green Power Solar Grant Recipients

  • 2023 recipients
    • Family Support Center of South Sound
    • Habitat for Humanity in Whatcom County
    • Homes First
    • Kitsap County Consolidated Housing Authority
    • Lummi Nation Housing Authority
    • Midway Community Covenant Church
    • Olympia Little Theater
    • Puyallup Food Bank
    • Suquamish Tribe – Administration Building
    • Suquamish Tribe – Marion Forsman Boushie Early Learning Center
  • 2022 recipients
    • Bonney Lake Food Bank
    • Community Action of Skagit County
    • Lummi Indian Business Council
    • Medicine Creek Enterprise Corporation
    • North Kitsap Fishline
    • Skagit Valley Neighbors in Need
    • South County Area Human Services Alliance
    • South Puget Sound Habitat for Humanity
    • The Suquamish Tribe
    • Vadis
  • 2021 recipients
    • Child Care Action Council
    • Ferndale Food Bank
    • Kent United Methodist Church
    • Kitsap Community Resources
    • Lydia Place
    • Medicine Creek Enterprise Corporation
    • Nooksack Indian Tribe
    • Quixote Communities
    • Samish Indian Nation
    • Sumner Community Food Bank
    • Suquamish Tribe - Fitness Center
    • Thurston County Food Bank
    • Whatcom Center for Early Learning
  • 2020 recipients
    • Boys & Girls Clubs of Skagit County
    • Boys & Girls Clubs of South Puget Sound
    • Camp Korey
    • El Centro de la Raza
    • Friends of the Manchester Library
    • Helping Hands Food Bank
    • Hopelink
    • Institute for Washington’s Future
    • King County Housing Authority - Vantage Point
    • Lummi Nation School
    • Nisqually Indian Tribe
    • Skagit Valley Hospitality House Association
    • South Whidbey Good Cheer Food Bank
    • Sustainable Connections
    • YWCA Olympia
  • 2019 recipients
    • Anacortes Housing Authority
    • Community Youth Services
    • Family Support Center
    • Homes First
    • King County Housing Authority - Meadows on Lea Hill
    • Kulshan Community Land Trust
    • Lummi Nation Housing Authority
    • Lydia Place
    • Muckleshoot Housing Authority
    • Opportunity Council – Recovery House
  • 2018 recipients
    • HopeSource - Westview Villa
    • King County Housing Authority - Meadows on Lea Hill
    • King County Housing Authority - Village at Overlake
    • King County Housing Authority - Windsor
    • Opportunity Council - G Street Apartments
  • 2017 recipients
    • Community Action of Skagit County
    • Island Senior Resources
    • Northwest Harvest
    • Salvation Army Bremerton Corps
    • Upper Kittitas County Senior Center