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As readers of this blog know, we like to celebrate the talented individuals who make up our growing workforce at SolarCity.
This film is dedicated to the heartbeat of SolarCity.
SpaceX is one of the world’s most innovative companies. Founded in 2002 by Elon Musk, SpaceX is revolutionizing space technology, with the ultimate goal of making humans a multi-planetary species.
Last year SolarCity added 4,000 new hires to our team, bringing our current workforce to over 9,500 employees nationwide. Those are 9,500 bright, determined individuals, from a diverse array of backgrounds.
SolarCity customers generated 4GWh of solar electricity in one day earlier this week, scarcely a year after they hit 3GWh.
In a major expansion of our Solar Bonds program, SolarCity is introducing new longer-term Solar Bonds that offer higher interest rates – up to 5.75% – and new ways for investors to purchase bonds through their financial institutions and advisors.
This morning SolarCity announced we’re bringing our solar service to the 16th state: New Mexico. The news makes sense: not only is New Mexico one of the sunniest states in the U.S., it also has more PhDs per capita than any other state, providing further reinforcement that going solar is a smart move.
2014 was a great year for green job growth at SolarCity: we added 4,000 new hires to our team, and have hit over 9,500 employees to date.
Today we announced the creation of a new fund that will finance $750 million in solar projects—including a $300 million investment from Google—and make it possible for homeowners across the U.S. to install solar panels with no upfront cost and pay less for the solar than they pay for electricity from the utility company.