Guy Knoblich (left) and Kevin Bell lift a solar panel into its place in a 16-panel array on the roof of a Camano Island home in 2012. Everett City Councilman Paul Roberts is leading an effort to help grow the “green” economy in Washington. One of the first steps is assessing what’s being done in the state. (Herald file)

Effort aims to build green economy in Washington

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