Puget Sound Solar designs, sells, installs, and services solar energy systems and electric vehicle charging stations. Our customers want to make a difference by using solar energy so our job is to help them make that happen, and to provide them with high quality service.
Our expert team has specified and installed hundreds of solar energy systems and EV charging stations in the Puget Sound region. When you hire us for your solar project, you benefit from our years of experience.
When we are not working on solar projects we are working to influence local, state, and national policy-makers, and we are educating architects, builders, planners, and the general public about solar energy’s place in our energy-hungry society.
Started Puget Sound Solar in 2001 with 30 years of construction contracting experience, and a desire to turn Seattle on to solar energy. Achieving NABCEP certification in 2004, Jeremy believes that our customers often follow a path similar to the one he took, starting out with solar daydreaming, then progressing to education on the subject, and eventually leading to action. In addition to leading the company he also does some teaching and speaking engagements about various aspects of solar energy, and experiments relentlessly with various solar, energy efficiency, and electric vehicle projects.
Was Director of the Pacifica Radio Archives before moving to Seattle in 1997, and remained in the non-profit world as the first Executive Director of Seattle Tilth until mid-2004 when she joined forces with Jeremy to run PSS. She served as President of Solar Washington, developing the annual Solar Tour, helping to educate the public, and working to effect public policy, and now devotes her time to managing PSS finances and customer relations, and a bunch of grandchildren.
Has a Masters degree in Physics from the University of Washington and worked on Waldron Island levitating wind turbines and building tree-mounted PV arrays before moving back to the mainland and coming to Puget Sound Solar as an installer in 2007. He has installed hundreds of solar projects since 2002 and is currently our Director of Commercial Projects. Mac is always combining energy with discipline, just as he will with your project.
Joined the team in September ’08. Chris brings a journeyman’s set of skills and experience with all types of electrical work, is a key asset as we take on more commercial and institutional projects, and is one of the most PV experienced electricians in the region, with several megawatts of local PV installations under his belt. Chris's work is exemplary and draws rave reviews from customers and inspectors alike.
Came to us from Akeena Solar, one of the more innovative solar integrators in California. Nick has a thorough approach to his work and has moved our company up a few notches with nice improvements in all aspects of our design and estimating processes. Did I mention his PhD in Biology by way of the UW, Simon Fraser U, and U. of Bergen? His goal: “To live efficiently, preserving and enjoying the natural world so that future generations may do the same.
Puget Sound Solar is proud to have helped the City of Kirkland put solar on their newly remodeled City Hall - and to have been a part of Kirkland's vision of a sustainable future for its residents.
Taxes Got You Down? Declare your own solar-powered tax holiday! If you are questioning how your tax money is spent, spend some of it on yourself and the planet by going solar.
If your commercial, multi-family, or mixed-use project includes the energy code solar option, look no further for a firm quote. Puget Sound Solar is your preferred solar partner that will get the job done right, and on schedule.
EV Support, a division of Puget Sound Solar, will supply 155 Clippercreek HCS40 Ruggedized electric vehicle charging stations to Seattle City Light for use at the utility’s various locations by their growing fleet of plug-in vehicles. The HCS-40 basic charging station is perfect for this ‘behind-the-fence’ application of charging infrastructure.
It is already the second week of November and we haven't turned on our heating system yet. I'm sitting here after midnight and it's still 71 F in the house.