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Meter Upgrade Project Updates

In March, PenLight announced plans to install upgraded equipment to replace our current meters in 2020. The project was temporarily delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but installations will begin in July. Our existing meters and infrastructure are reaching the end of their life cycle and require replacement. Upgraded meters are equipped with modern technology […]

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Final Year of State’s Solar Production Incentives for Legacy Program

In 2005, a production incentive was established in the state of Washington as part of the Renewable Energy Cost Recovery Legacy program. It was for homeowners, businesses, and local governments that installed solar and wind generation. In 2009, the program was expanded to include Community Solar Projects where a group of participants contribute money to […]

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PenLight Annual Meeting and Election Results

Peninsula Light Co. has nine directors on its board. Each year, three seats are up for election. This year, incumbents Marc Jorgenson, Scott Junge, and Roger Spadoni ran for reelection. Candidates selected by the election committee to run against incumbents were Gregg Lovrovich, Dan Merkle, and Anne Shoemaker. Any qualified candidate can submit an application […]

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Local Organizations Create Coordinated Community Care in Response to COVID-19

In response to the unprecedented recent developments impacting our community, Harbor Christian Center, Communities In Schools Peninsula and other local organizations have come together to coordinate a response needed to support the efforts of service providers in the Key Peninsula and Gig Harbor area. This effort is titled Coordinated Community Care. With more than 50 […]