David Logan, top, and Tony Ringering from Western Solar install 24 solar panels on the roof of a house on Williams Street in Bellingham on July 25, 2013. Western Solar is one of three local solar businesses partnering with Sustainable Connections for a new program to encourage solar energy and benefit the Bellingham Food Bank.
David Logan, top, and Tony Ringering from Western Solar install 24 solar panels on the roof of a house on Williams Street in Bellingham on July 25, 2013. Western Solar is one of three local solar businesses partnering with Sustainable Connections for a new program to encourage solar energy and benefit the Bellingham Food Bank. Philip A. Dwyer pdwyer@bhamherald.com
David Logan, top, and Tony Ringering from Western Solar install 24 solar panels on the roof of a house on Williams Street in Bellingham on July 25, 2013. Western Solar is one of three local solar businesses partnering with Sustainable Connections for a new program to encourage solar energy and benefit the Bellingham Food Bank. Philip A. Dwyer pdwyer@bhamherald.com

New program will donate solar panels to Bellingham Food Bank

December 24, 2015 08:00 AM

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