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May 23, 2014
09:06 EDTSCTYSolarCity expands Massachusetts operations to South Shore
SolarCity is expanding its Massachusetts operations with a new 7,500 square foot South Shore Operations Center in Pembroke. Massachusetts Secretary of Energy and Environmental Affairs Rick Sullivan, CEO of the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center Alicia Barton, State Representative Josh Cutler and State Representative Viriato deMacedo were among the officials on hand to celebrate the expansion. The new operations center— SolarCity's second in Massachusetts—brings new jobs to the area and allows the company to keep pace with growing solar demand in the southeastern part of the state. SolarCity allows Massachusetts homeowners and businesses to immediately pay less for solar electricity than they pay for utility power. The expansion means a significant number of new jobs for the area. SolarCity currently has more than 60 open positions for the new facility—and 100 open positions across the state. Open positions include installers, sales, electricians and engineers.
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October 6, 2015
08:07 EDTSCTYSolarCity and TVUSD to install 6MW solar project
SolarCity and Temecula Valley Unified School District, or TVUSD, are together installing a six megawatt solar and energy storage project across 19 schools and the district's administrative office. The project, which includes energy storage systems at five sites, required no upfront investment and is expected to save the district more than $520,000 within the first year of operation alone, and $35M over 25 years by providing affordable power at a discount to utility rates. TVUSD chose a SolarCity Power Purchase Agreement, which allows the district to pay for only the power the systems produce at a fixed rate that is less than what it is currently offered by the local utility.
October 1, 2015
09:10 EDTSCTYSolarCity selloff overdone, remains a top pick at Goldman
Goldman said the selloff in SolarCity shares is overdone and remains a top pick across solar coverage. Analyst Brian Lee believes shares are poised to benefit from second half catalysts that include the November analyst day, incremental data around financing, and continued execution. Lee reiterates his Conviction Buy rating and $79 price target on shares.

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