Strengthening Our Community

Energizing an equitable future, together.

We believe in making a local, long-lasting impact in our community through our renewable energy services. This means connecting with and supporting organizations that are helping bring about an equitable transition to renewable energy in Washington.

Solar Energy System Donations

Through the group purchasing power that Solarize campaigns bring, we could leverage community support to increase the size of the systems we donated and installed for organizations helping the Washington community. We are also involved with solar energy system donations for organizations in the greater Seattle area dedicated to providing services and support for marginalized members of our community. Easing the burden of electricity costs helps these organizations to have more resources to continue and expand their services.

Sacred Medicine House

We are proud to donate a 4.8kW solar energy system to support the Chief Seattle Club’s mission of providing housing, social services, emergency food, and other essential services for single adults experiencing chronic homelessness in the Native American community in the greater Seattle area. Thank you, Chief Seattle Club, for allowing us to participate in your latest development, Sacred Medicine House, which will provide greater services and resources to the Native American community experiencing homelessness in Seattle.

Boys and Girls Club of Bellevue

At the end of the Solarize Bellevue campaign, we donated a 3.51 kW system to the Boys and Girls Club of Bellevue to help reduce electricity costs and increase the sustainability of the club.

Friends of Youth

At the wrap of the Solarize Kirkland campaign, we donated a 3.36kW solar array to the Friends of Youth. Through community funding, a 4.46kW expansion was added, resulting in a total solar energy system size of 7.82kW, significantly boosting the organization’s renewable energy capabilities.

Community Partnerships

Olympia Community Solar

Olympia Community Solar is a 501(c)(3) non-profit with a mission to steward an equitable and accessible transition to clean energy. Over the past five years the Olympia Community Solar team has partnered with Tribes, Public Agencies, Non-profit organizations, and commercial entities to support their solar energy installations with grants.


Contact them to learn how they can support developing and funding your solar project.

Spark Northwest

At Spark Northwest we recognize that systemic injustice means that the benefits and harms of our energy system, including clean energy, are skewed to favor those with power and privilege. We work with rural, low-income, Black, Indigenous and people of color-led communities. By supporting the creation of community led clean energy generation and efficiency projects, and establishing the necessary foundational skills and knowledge, we can build wealth and power for frontline communities.

Solar Washington

Solar Washington is a nonprofit organization that connects you with “all things solar” in Washington. We present and partner with other organizations to hold events and our annual Washington State Solar Summit, host Solar 101 workshops, and provide other educational resources for Washingtonians interested in solar. Whether you are considering solar for your home or business, are seeking a career in solar, or want to learn about legislation in Olympia, Solar Washington provides helpful information to help you navigate the solar energy landscape in Washington State.

Bothell/Kenmore Chamber of Commerce

Proudly representing 345+ businesses, advocating for local economic prosperity, and championing the quality of life for residents in our Bothell and Kenmore communities. They are also the official Begin at Bothell Visitor Center. Whether you’re here to live, work, learn, play or visit, we have your community resources and connections! You can find one of our Northwest Electric and Solar representatives at the monthly Kenmore Business Alliance or Bothell Business Forum meetings.

Industry Partnerships


Washington Solar Energy Industries Association (WASEIA) is a professional trade association established to be a unified voice for the common business interests of its members, particularly related to public policy, legislation, and governmental relations.

WASEIA educates legislators and regulators while promoting public understanding about the impacts of policies related to solar energy in the State of Washington.


Master Builders Association of King and Snohomish Counties (MBAKS) was founded in 1909 and headquartered in Bellevue, Washington; the Master Builders Association of King and Snohomish Counties (MBAKS) is the nation’s oldest and largest local homebuilders association, serving every area of the residential building industry.

Utility Connections

No pun intended, but our experience with the plethora of Washington private and public utilities allows us to ensure a successful and safe interconnection of renewable energy technologies with your home and utility provider. Northwest Electric and Solar has installed hundreds of projects across the region, meeting all utility standards and requirements and resulting in hundreds of satisfied customers. Each utility offers special incentives for electric vehicle charging, energy efficiency upgrades, solar panels (solar energy), battery storage, or other electrical improvements. Please explore your utility’s web pages to learn more. You can count on Northwest Electric and Solar’s expert electricians to get your job designed, permitted, and inspected.