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HBIA MEMBER SPOTLIGHT
Green Source Electric
Derrick Hedalen grew up in Broadwater County and did commercial electrical work for Gerald Nash Electric for almost seven years. After Nash retired, Hedalen decided to start his own business based out of his hometown. Hedalen started Green Source Electric in 2015 and has been growing his business and expanding his employee base ever since. Green Source Electric employs multiple electricians, including Master Electricians, Apprentices, and Journeymen.
Green Source provides numerous electrical services, including necessary household electrical service work, new construction, and commercial work. They also offer agricultural electrical repair and installation, such as pivot repair, and since Hedalen is an avid airman, the company also works on runway lights around the state. One of the larger contracts Green Source holds is with the Montana Department of Transportation for their electric repair and maintenance…Read more
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