Regional projects, Regional jobs

When you participate in Blue Sky, you’re supporting projects and jobs in the western region. That means you’re helping to drive demand for renewable energy in your state and boosting the surrounding economy. Blue Sky participants have supported over 10.5 million megawatt-hours of renewable energy and funded clean energy installations at schools, community centers and arts organizations throughout the region. Explore some of the highlights from recent projects.

Community-Based Projects

Blue Sky participants have supported over 150 community-based projects since 2006 across the Pacific Northwest including renewable projects at schools, public buildings and more. View a map of these projects and learn more about their impact.

Perry Technical Institute

Yakima, WA

Perry Technical Institute is a nonprofit technical school in Yakima, Washington that provides students of all ages with the skills and work habits they need to succeed. During a campus expansion project, Perry Tech sought to incorporate alternative energy and create new hands-on opportunities for students. In 2015, Perry Tech installed a 15.68-kilowatt solar project atop the new Plath Hall.

Perry Tech used the solar project as a learning opportunity for students in the electrical technology program who installed the solar array with guidance from their instructors. Students and visitors to the campus can view energy production from a display in the lobby of the building.

Whitman College

Walla Walla, WA

The 21 kilowatt solar array located atop the Bratton Tennis Center is a part of school's Environmental Studies program coursework.

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