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February 17, 2011

Local homebuilder keeps busy with solar panels

  • Rick Lander formed Washington Solar Incentives and is working on his first full-size community solar project; a $670,000 solar array for Poulsbo Middle School.
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    Bret Ortlieb, left, and Jake Tucker, of Frederickson Electric, work on installing hundreds of solar panels which can produce up to 72,000 kilowatt-hours of energy at Poulsbo Middle School.

    POULSBO, Kitsap County — Rick Lander hates the word “reinvent,” but he was left with no choice but to do just that as the demand for his custom-home building services vanished.

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