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Published on July 13th, 2016 | by Joshua S Hill


SolarCity Launches Residential Services In Utah

July 13th, 2016 by  

America’s leading solar developer, SolarCity, has this week announced its expansion into the state of Utah, and is now hiring in sales, operations, and corporate positions.

According to figures published by GTM Research earlier this year, SolarCity is responsible for 14% of non-residential solar installations, and 35% of residential installations, making it the leading solar developer in the United States. In June, SolarCity launched a new solar loan program into 14 new states across the US, making it even more attractive for Americans to go solar for less money than their regular utility bills.

The move was followed by SolarCity’s expansion into Houston for the first time, part of the company’s continually expanding offering.

Nearly a month later, SolarCity has announced this week that it is now expanding into the state of Utah for the first time, accompanied by news that the company is hiring sales, operations, and corporate support positions across the state.

Utah residents will now be able to buy-outright new rooftop solar systems, or choose a 10-year or 20-year loan option with monthly payments starting at $50 per month — less than the current average monthly electricity bill in Utah of $79. Qualifying customers will also benefit from SolarCity’s recent collaboration with Nest, and receive a Nest Learning Thermostat at no additional cost.

On the SolarCity job front, the company is still searching for 100 corporate support roles at its temporary offices in downtown Salt Lake City and Draper, while the company waits for its new regional corporate headquarters to be built, with construction expected to be finished in December of this year.


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