Solterra’s November-December 2023 Photo of the Month Contest Winners
Solterra’s Photo of the Month Contest Winners
As we bid farewell to 2023, we are thrilled to unveil the winners of the Photo of the Month Contest over the past two months. November and December brought forth several prize-worthy submissions, each capturing a different aspect of the installation process in a unique way.
WINNER – NOVEMBER 2023
8.61 kW Solar Installation using REC 410W panels in Bonney Lake, WA. Submitted by team members Caleb, Riz, and Jordan.
Our winning snapshot for November encapsulates the convergence of green energy and majestic landscapes! Two skilled crew members install solar panels on a roof in Bonney Lake against the breathtaking backdrop of Mt. Rainier. A harmonious blend of innovation and nature, captured in one remarkable frame. Kudos to our solar pioneers!
RUNNER UP – NOVEMBER 2023:
15.17 kW Solar Installation using REC 410W Panels in Auburn, WA. Submitted by team members Tim, Chom, and Sergio.
Our runner-up photo offers a ground-level perspective of solar elegance! Gazing upward, we witness the beauty of solar panels on the roof, warmly embracing the sun’s energy.
WINNER – DECEMBER 2023:
9.84 kW Solar Installation using Silfab 410W Panels in Seattle, WA. Submitted by team members Tim, Chom, and Sergio.
Our winning shot captures the spirit of clean energy in silhouette! A crew member, harness-clad, strikes a pose on newly installed Silfab 410 W solar panels, symbolizing the harmony of renewable energy and a commitment to safety. Shine on!
RUNNER UP – DECEMBER 2023:
10.6 kW Solar Installation using Silfab 410W Panels in Tacoma, WA. Submitted by team members Caleb, Jesse, and Riz.
Our runner-up shines a spotlight on our installer expertise! These Silfab 410 W solar panels adorn a torch-down style roof, epitomizing the marriage of function and aesthetics. Great job, team!
Paige Farris Kantrowitz (she/her) is the Project Coordinator and Service Manager at Solterra Solar. A Kentucky native, she’s fond of hiking, snowboarding, traveling, dinosaurs, and recently began learning to shuffle dance. When she isn’t in the office working on a solar project, she enjoys being outside or doing something creative (or both!).