Puget Sound Energy’s Renewable Energy Center Has Successful Season

The center gives visitors a look at new ways to produce electric power.

The center, located at the utility’s Wild Horse Wind and Solar Facility in Kittitas County, Washington, opened in April 2008, and welcomed more than 17,000 visitors. According to the company’s press release, “The center’s exhibits range from the technology behind the wind and solar power generation equipment at Wild Horse to the area’s history and environment. The displays, developed by Central Washington University and built in part by Ellensburg-area businesses, give visitors real-time information on how much energy the site is producing, as well as a look at the steps taken to preserve the area’s unique shrub-steppe habitat of arid cacti, ridgelines and valleys.”

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