Whatcom Talk reports on the new solar array installed at the Bellingham Food Bank on September 23, 2016. http://www.whatcomtalk.com/2016/09/29/solarize-whatcom-2/
Bellingham, WA, September 20, 2016 – Itek Energy has announced the release of their new SE Solar Module, which offers up to 300-Watt capacity and is certified PID-free at 500 hours. Itek has, to date, produced over 56 megawatts of HE Modules, and is excited to add the SE version... read more →
Among the seasonal ales cropping up at breweries across town, you'll find Aslan Brewery's Summer Solar Ale. In partnership with Itek Energy and Western Solar, Aslan created the Summer Solar Ale to aid in funding a solar installation at Lydia Place. Whatcom Talk reports...
“SINCE ITEK’S INCEPTION, OUR VISION HAS BEEN TO OUTGROW THE WASHINGTON MARKET, BECOMING A NATIONAL, INDEED AN INTERNATIONAL PRESENCE.” This week, representatives from itek Energy will be attending the 2016 Hannover Messe Industrial Technology Conference in Hannover, Germany. itek has been selected to represent the Washington State clean tech sector... read more →
According to the new report published by Grand View Research, the global U.S. solar PV market is expected to reach to reach 60 GW by 2022, growing at CAGR of 15.5%, rising demand for PV panels in residential and commercial segments is projected to drive industry growth. Read more...
Bellingham, Wash.-based photovoltaic module manufacturer itek Energy has completed a 60 kW community solar project, located on the waterfront at the site of an old Georgia Pacific tissue plant. The project is a collaboration of itek Energy and the Port of Bellingham, which owns the land. The project is collectively... read more →
November 11, 2015. Bellingham, WA. Itek Energy, Washington’s leading manufacturer of solar photovoltaic (PV) modules, announced today the completion of its employee owned and installed community solar project located on the waterfront at the site of the old Georgia Pacific tissue plant. The project is a collaboration of itek Energy... read more →
Habitat For Humanity Solar Neighborhood Project in Port Orchard, WA. On Tuesday May 19, U.S. Rep. Mike Thompson (CA-5) introduced legislation that would create job certainty for 175,000 workers across the U.S., and propel clean, renewable solar energy. Thompson’s bill, The New Energy for America Act (H.R.2412), would extend... read more →
SEIA has created a video showing unprecedented solar growth in the U.S. from 2004 to 2014. From installed capacity, to jobs, to roll-backs in co2 emissions. Check it out!