Even though the Puget Sound region is known for cool, gray days, solar energy in the Pacific Northwest has a lot of potential. That's because the power comes from light, not heat. And it's catching on! In 2015, Washington's installed capacity for solar grew by 85 percent[i] over the previous year.

However, installing solar at home isn't right for everyone. For such customers we offer Solar Choice, a way to match some or all of the power you use with clean solar energy. You won't have any solar panels on your home. Instead, solar energy generated at a separate location will be added to the power grid on your behalf.

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Estimate your costs and learn about the environmental impact of your renewable power choices. By inputting your monthly electricity usage from your utility bill, you can calculate the amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) you could offset through participation in the Green Power and Solar Choice programs as a residential customer. 

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Solar Choice


Solar Choice is 100% solar power generated right here in Washington and neighboring Idaho. These independently owned solar projects are adding clean energy to the grid, every day – rain or shine!

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Kingston Community Solar
This high-profile solar project is the culmination of two decades of community action aiming to transform a former Navy housing site into a place for all of Kingston to enjoy. Revenue from selling energy will help recoup installation costs.[ii]
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Grandview Solar Farm
This large solar farm came online in 2016 and will replace coal-fired plants in Idaho's Treasure Valley area. The project, covering more than 600 acres of land, is among the largest in the country and will serve more than 17,000 homes.[iii]
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PSE Green Power is Green-e Energy certified, and meets the environmental and consumer-protection standards set forth by the nonprofit Center for Resource Solutions. Learn more at Green-e.org.