Stale email cost Mount Rainier solar panel money

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Mount Rainier City Hall is seen from the distance on a bright sunny day. Solar panels top the roof.

Michael Theis/Route 1 Reporter

Mount Rainier City Hall

For the better part of a decade, Mount Rainier missed out on revenue it could have earned from the solar panels topping its City Hall, city officials revealed in passing Tuesday. That’s because the energy broker – or “aggregator” – the city worked with to sell the solar power generated from those panels didn’t have an up-to-date email address to communicate with city officials.
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