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Delta Solar Clients and Employees Featured by AAEA

Delta Solar's Stacey Svendsen among those honored by the Arkansas Advanced Energy Association.

Stacey Svendsen (second from left) with award nominees at emPOWER Arkansas, October 14, 2021. (Arkansas Advanced Energy Association)
Stacey Svendsen (second from left) with award nominees at emPOWER Arkansas, October 14, 2021. (Arkansas Advanced Energy Association)

A big shoutout to our very own Stacey Svendsen for being named the 2021 Advanced Energy Rising Star by AAEA!

­The Advanced Energy Rising Star Award recognizes a “rising star” within the advanced energy industry for contributions to his/her organization and/or growing impact on the industry. We see every day how instrumental Stacey is to our team and how she meets our clients’ needs at every step. She embodies our focus on creating value for the people and organizations we have the privilege to work with (YOU!). Congratulations, Stacey!

ABOUT AAEA & emPOWER Arkansas

The Arkansas Advanced Energy Association (AAEA) is the state’s business advocate for advanced energy. emPOWER Arkansas is AAEA’s annual meeting and policy conference, where advanced energy leaders and policymakers from around the state and region convene to discuss the trends and challenges impacting the state’s and nation’s advanced energy industries. The Pioneer Award went to Carol A. Reeves, the Associate Vice-Provost for Entrepreneurship at the University of Arkansas and friend of Delta Solar.

“Agriculture powers our people. More and more, solar and renewable fuels are powering agriculture.”

­-Mark Isbell, Isbell Farms, England, Ark.

emPOWER Arkansas Agriculture Adoption of Advanced Energy Panel. From left to right: Stephen Boyd of Boyd Family Farms, Laura Clark of the University of Arkansas Hope-Texarkana, Mark Isbell of Isbell Farms, and Lauren Waldrip of AAEA. (Arkansas Advanced Energy Association)
emPOWER Arkansas Agriculture Adoption of Advanced Energy Panel. From left to right: Stephen Boyd of Boyd Family Farms, Laura Clark of the University of Arkansas Hope-Texarkana, Mark Isbell of Isbell Farms, and Lauren Waldrip of AAEA. (Arkansas Advanced Energy Association)

­­We also had the pleasure of hearing two of our clients speak on the emPOWER Agricultural Adoption of Advanced Energy panel. Stephen Boyd of Boyd Family Farms in Rison and Mark Isbell of Isbell Farms in England discussed their experiences with implementing solar energy for their operations. “If someone asked me what I would do differently, I would have started earlier,” stated Stephen Boyd.

From installing more efficient tube heaters to employing Zero-Grade Farming, Boyd and Isbell have both been industry leaders in adopting innovative technologies to make their operations more sustainable. “When it comes to solar,” said Mark Isbell, “we are able to tell the positive story of sustainability while improving that bottom line.”

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