The Decatur Island project is on 3.6 acres at the Decatur substation. It began harvesting energy in July of 2018. It is expected to produce around 570,000 kWh annually. Approximately 270 OPALCO members own shares in this project.
updated: 2023-02-04 18:15:02 PST
Patty Miller moved to Orcas Island in 1971 when her family bought a small seasonal diner and turned it into one of the few year-round restaurants on the island. You … Read more
The microgrid that OPALCO built on Decatur Island includes a battery storage project paired with a Community Solar Array. The project can operate independently from the electrical grid. This is … Read more
The battery storage project on Decatur is located in the center of the island on 3.6 acres within our main transmission substation and in proximity to our community solar project. … Read more