LEHI, Utah | VIVINT —
Vivint will open new sales and installations offices in New Mexico and Nevada.

“We are excited to continue our growth as we enter into these new states. It enables us to continue offering affordable, renewable energy to more people,” said Chance Allred, Senior Vice President of Sales. “Our expansion into these states will also create new job opportunities for employees with diverse skill sets.”

Continuing its expansion that was announced in April, Vivint Solar is opening two new offices in Las Vegas, Nevada, and offices in Albuquerque, New Mexico, New Haven, Connecticut and Stamford, Connecticut.

With the opening of these new states and offices, Vivint Solar is hiring new employees in sales, installations, and operations in the new states.

About Vivint Solar
Vivint Solar is a leading provider of distributed solar energy – electricity generated by a solar energy system installed at a customer’s location – to residential, commercial and industrial customers in the United States. Vivint Solar’s customers pay little to no money upfront, receive significant savings relative to utility generated electricity and continue to benefit from guaranteed energy prices over the 20-year term of their contracts. Vivint Solar finances, designs, installs, monitors and services the solar energy systems to make things easy for its customers.

Derick Lila
Derick is a Clark University graduate—and Fulbright alumni with a Master's Degree in Environmental Science, and Policy. He has 8+ years of solar industry research, marketing, and content strategy experience.

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  1. Vivint Solar has shown just how much they care about the solar industry by engaging in one of the most ruthlessly competitive moves imaginable when the company bought Solmetric and then completely stopped production of the Solmetric Suneye, removing one of the essential solar tools from the market in order to seek a competitive advantage. This is brazenly selfish and has set back the solar industry by at least five years. Way to go Vivint! We thank you.

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