- Location: Tulalip Indian Reservation, Washington
- Project Type: Municipal
- System Type: Solar Awnings
- Module Type: LSX
- Installer: Puget Sound Solar
Tulalip (pronounced Tuh’-lay-lup) Tribes are direct descendants of and the successors in interest to the Snohomish, Snoqualmie, Skykomish, and other allied bands signatory to the 1855 Treaty of Point Elliott. Located north of Everett and the Snohomish River and west of Marysville, Washington, the Tulalip Indian reservation has 2,700 of its 4,900+ tribe members residing on the 22,000-acre Reservation. With growing members and expanding Reservation development, Tulalip Tribes worked with Lumos Solar to provide its members with top-notch sustainable solar solutions at the Gathering Hall.
The Gathering Hall is a place for tribe members to celebrate, meet about the governance of the tribe and hold ceremony, as well as a place to hunker down together in case of an emergency or natural disaster. It is one more step in building shared spaces and walkable neighborhoods within the heart of the reservation.
The partnership came to life via a custom awning featuring Lumos LSX modules installed by Puget Sound Solar LSX modules are Lumos Solar’s ultra-low-profile frameless modules unlike anything else on the market and fit perfectly into the most cutting-edge modern design. LSX modules feature 6mm thick tempered glass so they can be installed in the highest wind speed and snow load conditions and also has a class four hail rating, making the LSX module the most impact resistant in the industry. If that wasn’t enough, the integrated wireway provides the fastest and easiest wire management solution available anywhere, automatically protecting conductors from UV exposure, rodents and tampering.
As more and more businesses and organizations look for sustainable energy solutions that look great, Lumos Solar is excited to continue working with meaningful partners like the Tulalip Tribes.