Michigan Solar Solutions: New location in Grand Rapids / West Michigan

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We are excited to announce that Michigan Solar Solutions has established a new office in Grand Rapids, Michigan.  Our team is passionate about helping people reduce, and potentially eliminate, their electric bill by having their very own solar array installed. Our goal is to set a precedent for quality and service on the West Side of the state, while showing people how they can reduce their carbon footprint and save money at the same time! Our office is located at 6143 28th St Suite 7 in Cascade Township and is conveniently located off I-96.   This will give our company the opportunity to offer better service to our clients as the Solar Industry continues to grow and gain momentum in West Michigan. Our Grand Rapids team ads three new members:  Trina Carpenter has over 20 years of customer service experience.  She has enjoyed working with clients in multiple industries over the years, including solar.  Derek Domin is a West Michigan Native and Davenport University Alumni.  He too brings over 20 years of experience working in client relations, finance and marketing.  Alex Frere is a recent MSU Eli Broad Business School Graduate.  He, like the other team members, is passionate about renewable energy and excited to share his knowledge and enthusiasm about the many benefits of going Solar! Grand Rapids is the second largest city in Michigan and continues to grow at a record pace.  Examples include the recent announcement of Amazon bringing nearly 1000 Full-Time Jobs to the region.  This will spur more growth in the area allowing Michigan Solar Solutions to educate more people on the many benefits of going Solar. We encourage you to schedule a time to drop by the office for coffee and learn more about Michigan Solar Solutions and how we can help you reap the reward of solar.  Call us today at 800-587-1615.

Written by Alex Frere – July 2018 Email:  afrere@michigansolarsolutions.com Alex is a solar professional with Michigan Solar Solutions

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