It’s weird to see the big, red Tesla Motors “T” logo hanging from the side of a house or a building. But it’s the real deal. The company’s march from the automobile to the home, office, and factory has begun.
SolarCity Corp., the second-largest U.S. solar company by market value, is offering power-storage systems to commercial customers that will reduce utility bills and provide electricity during blackouts.
SolarCity Corp., the rooftop-solar power provider that’s quadrupled in value since its December initial public offering, agreed to buy closely held Zep Solar Inc. for about $158 million in stock to ensure supplies of racking systems that cut installation times in half.
SolarCity Corp., the solar power provider led by billionaire Elon Musk, will complete about 100 energy storage systems for customers this year and plans to expand as costs decline, according to its chief executive officer.
SolarCity Corp., the rooftop-solar power provider that’s quadrupled in value since its December initial public offering, struck a marketing partnership that gives it access to Crius Energy Trust’s customer base in the U.S. Northeast.
SolarCity Corp., a solar-energy developer chaired by billionaire Elon Musk, won financing from Goldman Sachs Group Inc. for more than $500 million in rooftop solar systems that the company will complete this year.