Vision Solar kicks off aggressive 2020 growth plan with new Northeast HQ, expansion into Massachusetts

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Penn.-based Renewable energy provider Vision Solar will be expanding into Massachusetts and opening a new Northeast headquarters. The company’s Massachusetts launch marks a major milestone in its aggressive growth plan for 2020 as Vision Solar prepares for $200 million in annual sales and expansion into three additional states this year. The company will hire more than 60 employees across the state to support its new 6,000 square foot office located in Harvard, Mass. and serve customers across the country.

“We are excited to both join the Harvard community and bring our low cost, full-service green energy solutions to Massachusetts residents,” said Mike Eden, Chief Revenue Officer, Vision Solar. “Vision Solar has seen huge growth in the past two years. We are dedicated to providing low-cost, consumer-friendly, and high-quality solar energy solutions to all residents in the U.S.”

Vision Solar promotes solar energy use with a straightforward and customer-focused service model, as well as easy financing options and quick, 24-hour installation after permitting. The company’s full-service model provides one point-of-contact through the design, build, permitting, installation, and activation of residential solar panels. In addition, Vision Solar’s zero down financing and no cost installation, maintenance, and repairs ensure consumers pay only for the electricity they generate.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, solar photovoltaic installation is one of the top ten fastest-growing professions in the United States. Vision Solar currently employs 200 team members across four states – Arizona, Florida, Pennsylvania and New Jersey – with plans to employ more than 400 by the end of the year. New Massachusetts-based positions will include sales representatives, technicians and solar installers.

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