The south-facing garage of Dohn and Chris Swedberg has 25 Silicon Energy solar panels. The roof plane on their house that faces the Tacoma Narrows has another 24 (not pictured). The couple has maxed out their $5,000 annual incentive payment for the power they generate.
The south-facing garage of Dohn and Chris Swedberg has 25 Silicon Energy solar panels. The roof plane on their house that faces the Tacoma Narrows has another 24 (not pictured). The couple has maxed out their $5,000 annual incentive payment for the power they generate. Craig Sailor Staff file
The south-facing garage of Dohn and Chris Swedberg has 25 Silicon Energy solar panels. The roof plane on their house that faces the Tacoma Narrows has another 24 (not pictured). The couple has maxed out their $5,000 annual incentive payment for the power they generate. Craig Sailor Staff file

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