Solar Jobs Bill - Solar Strong Washington
In 2006, Washington created the Renewable Energy Cost Recovery Incentive Payment Program to help build a local solar manufacturing sector and to enable residents to put solar power to work on homes, commercial buildings, and community facilities. The program has been enormously successful...
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Economic Impact of the Solar Jobs Bill

The Solar Jobs Act (ESSB 5939) became law in July 2017, to spur more solar investments across Washington State. New research by Western Washington University’s Center for Economic & Business Research and the Solar Installers of Washington details the economic impact of the law for Washington State. In 2018 the law helped bring in approximately $2.2 billion in funding for the state overall. It is clear that solar means business and is a great investment for the state of Washington. You can reference this downloadable Economic Impact table for more information and this summary of the original 2017 Solar Jobs Bill.

Thank you to the utilities and energy companies that supported the Solar Jobs Bill
Thank you to the organizations that supported the Solar Jobs Bill

Thank you to the small businesses that supported the Solar Jobs Bill

A&R Solar
Arlington Electric
Artisan Electric
Cascadia Solar
D Squared Electric
Ecotech Solar
Ellensburg Solar
Fire Mountain Solar
Green Canopy Homes
Hire Electric Solar Division
Hot Solar Solutions

Itek Energy
Magnum Energy/Sensata
Midnite Solar
Northwest Electric & Solar
NW Mechanical
NW Wind & Solar
Outback Power Technologies
Platt Electric
Power Trip Energy Corp.
Powur, PBC
Puget Sound Solar

Solora Solar
SolTerra
South Sound Solar
Sunbridge Solar
Sunergy Engineering Services
Sunergy Systems
SunModo Corp
Sun’s Eye Solar Power
West Seattle Natural Energy
Western Solar
Whidbey Sun & Wind