Solar panels are nothing new, honestly. It’s hard to go far without seeing at least a few panels near you. But it’s hard not to wonder: what’s happening behind those panels? Where does all that energy go, and what does it really do for the people using it?
As covered in this Deseret News article, several Auric employees have been busy during the Utah legislative session to drive a key sustainable energy policy forward. We’re hard at work on issues in multiple states.
For the third year in a row, Auric Solar was honored as one of Inc. Magazine’s fastest-growing companies on their Inc. 5000 list, placing #541
Coming off the biggest year ever for U.S. solar installations, Auric Solar is proud to be named one of the top solar contractors in the United States by Solar Power World magazine. Auric achieved a rank of 99 out of 500 solar companies.
Auric Solar flipped the switch on the two largest solar arrays in Cache County, Utah. Sports Academy and Racquet Club’s 886-kilowatt solar array consists of 2,646 panels and 74 inverters that will offset 94 percent of the family health club’s energy costs and reduce over 700 tons of CO2, the equivalent of taking 85 cars off the road for an entire year.
Auric Solar and TreeUtah partnered for the second year in a row to give back to the community and improve Utah’s air quality.
With more than 100 volunteers and a surprise appearance from the stars of HGTV’s hit show Property Brothers, we planted 20 trees at Big Cottonwood Regional Park, which will eliminate nearly 1,000 pounds of carbon dioxide emissions per year.
For the second year in a row, Auric Solar was honored as one of Inc. Magazine’s fastest-growing companies on their Inc. 5000 list, placing #262 out of 18 million+ nationwide! The prestigious list represents an inclusive look at the one of the most dynamic sectors of the economy: America’s independent small businesses.