SolarCity Opens New Massachusetts Operations Center, Seeks Local Hires

published: 2012-05-08 14:45 | editor: | category: News

SolarCity ®, a national leader in clean energy services, has opened a new 15,000-square-foot operations center in Marlborough that will bring the area new jobs and help Massachusetts businesses, non-profit organizations and homeowners save money through better energy options. SolarCity can currently offer many businesses and homeowners in Massachusetts the ability to pay 15-20 percent less for solar electricity than they pay for utility power. Governor Deval Patrick, Department of Energy Resources Commissioner Mark Sylvia, Senator James Eldridge, Energy and Environmental Affairs Secretary Richard K. Sullivan and Marlborough Mayor Arthur Vigeant joined SolarCity to celebrate its expansion in the state.

“We have developed a nation-leading clean energy agenda because it is the right thing to do for our environment, our energy independence and our public health,” said Governor Patrick.

SolarCity has grown its Massachusetts workforce from 15 to 45 since September, and is now hiring for additional open positions in Marlborough. Candidates interested in available employment positions in Massachusetts can contact SolarCity via its online jobs form at Massachusetts homeowners and businesses interested in any of SolarCity’s services can contact the company directly at 1-888-SOL-CITY (1-888-765-2489) or visit SolarCity online at

“We’re expanding our presence to make it easier for Massachusetts homeowners and businesses to pay less money for better energy,” said SolarCity Northeastern Regional Director Ed Steins. “Now is a great time to go solar—solar costs are dropping and it can be much cheaper than utility power.”

SolarCity also offers a range of energy efficiency (EE) services in Massachusetts—including the recently unveiled Home Energy Loan for energy efficiency upgrades—a financing option made available through Admirals’ Bank of Boston that makes cleaner indoor air, greater comfort and lower energy bills more accessible to homeowners.

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