BURLINGTON, VT – SolarCity® (NASDAQ: SCTY), America’s #1 solar power provider, is making its popular solar service available to Vermont homeowners for the first time. SolarCity will make it possible for many Vermont residents to install solar with no upfront cost and pay less for solar electricity than they pay for utility power, even without local incentives. Customers can go solar for as little as $30 per month, with design, installation, financing, insurance, monitoring and a performance guarantee included.
SolarCity began taking orders from Vermont residents today, and expects to begin installing before the end of summer. The company’s services will initially be available to customers of Burlington Electric and Green Mountain Power.
SolarCity plans to open an operations center in the Burlington area soon and has already begun to hire for local positions in installation and sales. Vermont is the 19th state where SolarCity offers service and the fifth in New England, joining Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Rhode Island. SolarCity employs over 1,000 people in New England.
Candidates interested in employment opportunities in Vermont can review available positions and contact SolarCity directly via its online jobs form at www.solarcity.com/jobs.
Area homeowners interested in SolarCity’s services can contact the company directly at 1-888-SOL-CITY (1-888-765-2489) for a free, no-obligation solar consultation or visit SolarCity online.
SolarCity (NASDAQ: SCTY) provides clean energy. The company has disrupted the century-old energy industry by providing renewable electricity directly to homeowners, businesses and government organizations for less than they spend on utility bills. SolarCity gives customers control of their energy costs to protect them from rising rates. The company makes solar energy easy by taking care of everything from design and permitting to monitoring and maintenance. SolarCity currently serves 19 states. Visit the company online at www.solarcity.com and follow the company on Facebook & Twitter.
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