Ambassador Energy Grows Into Its New Office and Warehouse Space

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Bursting at the seams of their current office space, Ambassador Energy set out to find the perfect location for their growing business and increasing personnel. In addition to needing more space, Ambassador’s founders wanted to have all employees housed in a single location.

President, Kelly Smith

AE is spreading the solar joy. Now we will have room to spread our wings, as well

“With the solar season in full swing,” said Kelly Smith, president of Ambassador Energy [AE], “we decided that the time was right to expand from our current facility, which we have been in since 2009. As we grew, we had to operate out of two sites, with most of the installation and warehouse crew at a different location than the headquarters. I really didn’t like that, as it made our AE family feel disjointed.”

The remedy for the separation pain was found in a unique office/warehouse facility within their same zip code. Total space will include almost 10,000 square feet, combining two floors of office space and three adjacent warehouses in Murrieta, CA.

Ambassador intends to convert one of the warehouses into a classroom, where they teach Solar PV Design and Installation to U.S. military veterans, civilians and solar companies. The courses are taught each month by double NABCEP-certified, Catherine Kelso, [Steve Fulgham and the AE training team. Upon conclusion, students are administered the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners [NABCEP] Entry Level Exam. With the course certificate in hand, students are highly likely to be placed with the growing solar industry. Ambassador Energy has hired a dozen of the graduates themselves.

“NABCEP is the gold standard in solar,” continued Smith. “We not only have several certified AE employees, who are certified as PV Installers and PV Technical Sales professionals, but we are successfully training on the curriculum for individuals and other solar companies. Between selling solar solutions to home and business owners and training others, AE is spreading the solar joy. Now we will have room to spread our wings, as well!”

By May 4, 2015, Ambassador Energy will be fully integrated into their new facility at 41120 Elm Street. Kelly concluded, “I am so excited to have all of our peeps under one roof, for the first time ever. I can’t wait to roll up the warehouse door and roll out the company BBQ.”

About Ambassador Energy (AE)                                                            
IREC-accredited training provider with staff certified as NABCEP PV Installers and NABCEP PV Technical Sales.* CSLB #928112: General Contractor B, C10 Electrician and C46 Renewable Energy, providing design and installation of solar PV and solar training throughout the U.S. *fulgham/kelso

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