Help Telegraph Townhomes go solar
Join Habitat for Humanity in Whatcom County and Ecotech Solar to learn how solar can work for your home. You’ll also learn how you can help Habitat install solar panels at our flagship Telegraph Townhomes project.
Attend a free Ecotech worksop
Attending a free Ecotech Solar workshop is the first step to going solar with your home or business. All workshops are free and open to the public. Bring your neighbors to learn how solar works on a home, which home sites are most suitable, how to select a solar installer, and what financial incentives are available to help you bring costs down. Workshops will be held at various locations around Whatcom County, beginning in September and running through November, 2019. Join the clean energy movement!
Schedule a home visit and free estimate
At each workshop you can sign up with Ecotech Solar to schedule a free onsite visit and solar assessment specific to your home or business. The staff at Ecotech Solar will come to your home or business to listen specifically to your needs, identify the ideal location for a system install, provide you with expert guidance and educate you on the systems and incentives work best for your home or business. Should you need it, Ecotech Solar works with a number of lenders in our community with solar loan programs that can help turn solar from a possibility into a reality.
If you decide you want to go solar for your home, Ecotech will handle all the permitting, inspections, incentive paperwork, and the net metering agreements.
Your home solar installation helps us get solar power at Telegraph
Thanks to this solar program and with your support, for every solar installation contract signed with Ecotech Solar during this campaign, one solar panel along with the installation will be donated free to Habitat for Humanity Whatcom County for use on the Telegraph Townhomes project. Ecotech Solar is installing this system to help offset the community electric costs from community needs like parking lot lighting and walkway lighting. This will decrease the overall costs for everyone living at in the Telegraph Townhomes community for decades to come.