Rowley Properties Illuminates the Path to a Brighter Future with Solar Panel Initiative!

In a big stride towards a more sustainable future, Rowley Properties has proudly unveiled a new solar panel array atop its Gilman office building at 1505 NW Gilman Boulevard. This cleaner-energy initiative was launched with a festive ribbon-cutting ceremony, by Issaquah’s Mayor Mary Lou Pauly, and Blossom Solar, our solar project contractor. For more information on the project, visit here.

Considering similar sustainability investments? While we funded this project independently, others may find it beneficial to collaborate with Puget Sound Energy. Alternatively, reaching out to the City of Issaquah’s Sustainability team can provide valuable insights into how your business can contribute to sustainability efforts. They are always happy to connect with businesses and share any resources they are aware of.  sustainability@issaquahwa.gov. More here.

Interested in making impactful changes with minimal investment? Puget Sound Energy’s Green Power Program offers a strategic pathway towards sustainability and corporate responsibility. By participating, businesses not only showcase their dedication to environmental stewardship but also resonate with eco-conscious customers. Moreover, supporting local renewable energy projects through this program fosters community growth and potentially yields economic benefits. With Green-e® Energy certification, businesses can confidently contribute to a greener future while enhancing their brand reputation.

Eager to explore more renewable energy options? Discover additional Renewable Energy programs to further reduce your environmental footprint. More at Renewable Energy programs

Let’s pave the way to a brighter, more sustainable future together!