After spending two days in Olympia’s Capital building, I am encouraged at the prospect of a new solar bill. Itek Energy has been working diligently for several years with law makers, utilities, and with our partners, Solar Installers of Washington (SIW), to craft a new solar bill that will be beneficial... read more →
When exploring options for solar modules, you will probably encounter the term Potential Induced Degradation (PID) as something to watch out for. Here is a basic guide to understanding and avoiding PID in a photovoltaic module. (more…)
Itek Energy has received a $125,000 workforce development grant from the Washington State Department of Commerce. The grant will fund training for our existing workforce, plus 40 new hires. Take a look at this article in The Bellingham Herald and this news update from the Port of Bellingham to see how... read more →
As we gear up to greet 2017, I find it encouraging to take a little time and reflect with gratitude on how far we in the solar industry have come in the last several years. (more…)
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/
Shape the future of your business, your industry, and your planet On Saturday, October 15th, members from all facets of the solar industry in Washington State will meet to collaborate on legislation that will impact the solar energy market—now, and for the future. (more…)
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...