2015 Workforce Development Small Business of the Year
A&R Solar powers what's next. A&R Solar understands that solar is likely just one step toward addressing customers' environmental concerns. That's why this company likes to talk about the big picture: conservation and efficiency throughout the entire project. Solar power reduces the need for nonrenewable energy. For many it's a start to achieving sustainability in their home or building. A&R Solar is versed about industry best practices for solar power and construction, and is ready to help others achieve their goals for energy independence.
In every install, A&R Solar puts everything they have into a designing a system to make their customers goals a reality. Whether you see solar as the future of your home or your business, A&R Solar understands it's more than power - it's a legacy for future generations.
Dot Fallihee, Workforce Development Council, presented the Workforce Development Small Business of the Year award to Reeves Clippard and Andy Yatteau with King County Executive Dow Constantine
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