Wood Stone Community Solar Project
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“Before deciding to install our solar system, we contacted several prospective contractors for proposals. Whidbey Sun & Wind (WSW) responded in a timely manner with a comprehensive proposal that was price-competitive. Before making the final decision, we had a few additional questions which were promptly and thoroughly answered. Based on a comparison of the systems proposed and their costs as offered by the various contractors, we selected WSW. We are extremely happy with that decision. Mark, the project manager, saw that the work was completed as scheduled and as specified. The installation crew - Adam, Golda & Kyle were personable, professional, and efficient in accomplishing their work. The entire team worked closely with us throughout the installation and start-up process, and we’re very happy with the results. We're "up and running" now - watching the PSE meter "spin backwards". Surprisingly, we even see some production on cloudy, rainy days - and when the sun shines bright, wow! When you consider installing a residential solar system, we strongly recommend you consider Whidbey Sun & Wind.”
"We were quite pleased with the work done by Whidbey Sun and Wind. Our solar system is a work of art on our roof, making a statement to folks on Fidalgo Island that there are alternatives to the continued dependence on fossil fuels, that the alternatives are already here. WS&W''s representative, Mark Anderson, was always easy to reach, thoughtful, and good to work with. Highly recommended."
Solar Works in Washington!
Puget Sound Energy's Green Power Program interviews Kelly Keilwitz, Green Power business participant and founder of Whidbey Sun and Wind on why and how solar works in Washington state. Despite its meteorological shortcomings, the Pacific Northwest is becoming a bright spot for solar. Washington has doubled the amount of solar power generated each year since 2006 and the solar industry is creating jobs six times faster than the overall job market.