Where to see solar power systems on the North Olympic Peninsula
Pat MacRobbie’s home and yard bask in Sequim’s sunshine while solar panels reap the rays for electricity. The MacRobbie residence is one of eight Sequim locations on this Saturday’s Solar Tour. -- Photo by Diane Urbani de la Paz/Peninsula Daily News
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Local tour coordinator: Andy Cochrane at Power Trip Energy Corp., 360-643-3080
Kickoff point: Wildberry Farm, Cochrane Family, 2343 Thomas St., Port Townsend. "Solar Tour Kits" will be available.
The drive-by locations in Port Townsend will be Bjorn Krane, 401 Roosevelt St.; Owen and Sarah Fairbank, 508 Lawrence St.; Nick Hill and Barbara Arnn, 776 Landis Lane; John and Pam Clise, 1320 Jefferson St., and Port Townsend Ecovillage, 510 35th St. There will no docents on site at drive-by locations.
Local tour coordinator: Arne Traceski at the Clallam Public Utility District, 360-565-3263
Kickoff point: Clallam County PUD "House on Wheels," 83 Idea Place, Sequim. "Solar Tour Kits" will be available.
The drive-by location at Sequim High School, 601 N. Sequim Ave., will not have a docent on site.
The drive-by location, 4407 Fairmount Ave., will not have a docent on site.
Last modified: October 03. 2007 9:00PM