Arch Electric Opens Milwaukee OfficeMay 1, 2019 4:10 pm
Arch Electric, Inc., of Plymouth, has opened a branch office in Milwaukee in response to the fast growing client base and a general public interest in solar energy there. The Arch Electric Milwaukee office is located at 2025 N. Summit Ave, Ste. 100A, just west of the McKinley Marina.
The purpose of the Milwaukee office is to offer a hands on showroom experience to the solar discussion about solar panels, and the related equipment like the inverters and disconnects on display and EV chargers, utility required meters, and other details regarding the solar installation. Interested parties will see first hand the entire process and learn about the actual hardware. EV charging equipment is also functionally on display.
The Arch office is located on the lower level of the Dominion Properties building on Summit. Dominion Properties has a uniquely parallel sustainability mission to that of Arch, and has jointly developed several solar projects in the Milwaukee area. More information about Dominion Properties can be found at https://dominion-properties.com/.
Solar purchasing groups and others in the area can host their community learning meetings at the Arch Office. Arch has been the leader in community purchasing programs, resulting in thousands of shared dollars in rebate savings to participants. Arch Milwaukee staff will be locally available for lunch’n learn sessions, middle and high school teaching moments, Community service groups, and the like, in both the greater Milwaukee and surrounding Sheboygan County areas.
Arch Electric Milwaukee office hours are weekdays and Saturdays upon appointment, and staff can be reached at the local phone number, 414.444.2897. They are also found on Facebook and LinkedIn.
About Arch Electric:
Arch Electric is the leading Solar and Energy Storage Expert in Wisconsin. Arch has invested in solar technology since 2003, and has over 9 mega Watts of solar installations in over 600 custom projects, including several home supporting battery systems, ground mounted systems, commercial rooftop systems like IKEA in Oak Creek, and every kind of residential and agricultural rooftop system. Arch has also installed several MW as subcontractor in large development projects.
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