SolarCity Expands in New Hampshire

(L-R) Councilor Chris Pappas, Governor Maggie Hassan, Manchester Mayor Ted Gatsas and other state and local officials joined SolarCity's Regional Vice President Lee Keshishian to cut the ribbon at SolarCity's new operations center in Manchester today. (PRNewsFoto/SolarCity)

SolarCity expanded into the New Hampshire market earlier this summer. Yesterday the company opened its new operations center in Manchester. On hand for the ribbon cutting ceremony were New Hampshire Governor Maggie Hassan, Manchester Mayor Ted Gatsas, and other state and local officials.

This is SolarCity’s first operations center in the state. When it is fully staffed, the company expects to employ more than 75 people.

“On behalf of the people of New Hampshire, I am proud to welcome SolarCity to the Granite State,” Governor Hassan said. “SolarCity will help encourage energy efficiency and diversification in our growing clean energy sector, which will help reduce costs for ratepayers, create jobs and decrease harmful emissions that lead to climate change.”

SolarCity already employs over 1,000 employees in New England who serve Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont. The new operations center will allow SolarCity to reach customers in the entire Southeastern part of New Hampshire as well as some northern and western areas.


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