Energy that is Good for Our Economy, Planet, and People.
At Arctic Solar Ventures, we believe in creating value for our customers, our employees, and our community. We prioritize clean energy solutions that are good for our economy, planet, and people. We strive to create jobs, spur innovation, and provide affordable, reliable energy solutions that reduce our reliance on fossil fuels. We also believe in giving back to our communities, supporting local organizations, and promoting sustainability. We are proud to be at the forefront of the clean energy industry and are committed to continuing our mission of providing energy that is good for our economy, planet, and people.
Dan Caffroy has been with us for 5 years and has proven to be an indispensable asset to our company. He is a journeyman carpenter and our Foreman on site, and he does an amazing job managing projects and leading our team. His wealth of experience and knowledge helps to ensure that the projects are completed on schedule and to the highest standards. He is a great communicator and is always willing to help out his team. Dan is a a great asset to our company.
Josef Navrot is a journeyman carpenter who has been with Arctic Solar Ventures for over a year. During his time with the company, he has helped to create a sustainable energy source for Southcentral Alaska. He has been an integral part of the team. His expertise in carpentry has been a great asset to the company, and his dedication to his work is evident in the results. He is committed to providing the best quality work and customer service, and is always looking for ways to improve the overall efficiency of the company.
Mary Savina is the Vice President of Operations at Arctic Solar Ventures in Anchorage, Alaska. She has worked with the company for over 5 years and is an experienced leader in her field. Mary is an excellent team member who is passionate about her work and is dedicated to making sure that the company runs smoothly and efficiently. She is always willing to offer her assistance and guidance to those in need and is a great problem solver. Mary is an excellent asset to the company and her hard work and dedication have been a major factor in the company's success. She can be found at the permitting office all summer.
Jackie Savina is the president of Arctic Solar Ventures, a company dedicated to helping people in Alaska access the benefits of solar energy. She is a mother of two boys, Jack who is 9 years old and Ivan who is 6 years old. Jackie is a strong advocate for renewable energy and is passionate about helping people in Alaska access renewable energy options. She believes that renewable energy can help sustain communities and families for generations to come. She is committed to helping Arctic Solar Ventures continue to make strides in renewable energy access for Alaska.
Jack Savina served on the Alaska Air National Guard for over 25 years. He originally joined Arctic Solar Ventures 6 years ago to "help out" with only a few projects. Now, he serves as the Superintendent. Jack is a loving grandfather to 6 grandsons and 1 granddaughter, Madi. He takes great pride in his work and family and is a hardworking role model for those around him. He is an outstanding leader and a tremendous asset to the organization.
Stephen Trimble is the CEO of Arctic Solar Ventures, based in Anchorage, Alaska. He is a seasoned veteran of the renewable energy industry, and is committed to making solar energy more accessible and affordable for Alaskans. He has a passion for creating jobs in the renewable energy sector and for helping Alaskans reduce their energy costs. Stephen has a deep understanding of the challenges and opportunities present in the renewable energy industry and is committed to providing a reliable, cost-effective, and clean energy solution for the Arctic region. He is committed to using his knowledge and experience to bring clean and affordable energy to the citizens of Alaska.
Arctic Solar Ventures Corporation is a fully licensed, bonded, and insured General Contractor in the State of Alaska.