SolarCity to Expand in Seven States Creating 600 New Solar Jobs – Apply Now!

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 (Nasdaq: SCTY), the nation’s #1 solar power provider and largest solar employer, is expanding again. Following a quarter in which it more than tripled the number of new customers it added as compared to the same period the prior year, SolarCity plans to open 20 new operations centers in seven states . The new regional operations centers are expected to create more than 600 additional jobs in Arizona, California, Delaware, Maryland, Massachusetts, Nevada and New York. The new locations will reduce operations costs by decreasing service and installation drive times, and will contribute to state and local economies by creating new jobs in a range of disciplines. SolarCity expects to open new operations centers in the following areas by the end of the year .


  • Gilbert
  • Mesa
  • Tucson (2nd location)


  • Atwater Village
  • Escondido
  • Hawthorne
  • Merced
  • Milpitas
  • Modesto
  • Rancho Cordova
  • San Francisco
  • Visalia
  • Yuba City


  • Newark


  • Baltimore
  • Clarksburg


  • Springfield


  • North Las Vegas

New York

  • Long Island (2nd location)
  • Orange County

SolarCity’s expansion continues a period of sustained growth. Within the last six months, SolarCity also opened its first operations center in Nevada and began offering solar services in the state, its first operations center in Delaware, asecond and third location in Massachusetts, a third location in Maryland, and new operations centers in Kona, Hawaii and on Long Island, N.Y.

Homeowners and businesses 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 at Candidates interested in available employment opportunities can apply online at

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