星期二, 9月 28, 2021
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Aurora Solar acquires Folsom Labs in big solar software move

Source:Aurora Solar

Aurora Solar today announced the acquisition of Folsom Labs, the developer of HelioScope.

“Aurora Solar and Folsom Labs share a common mission to build a future of solar energy for all,” said Christopher Hopper, co-founder of Aurora Solar. “We built our business to help the solar industry scale through technology, and adding the Folsom Labs team puts us in an even better position to drive the digital transformation of the solar industry.”

The acquisition accelerates Aurora’s strategy of providing best-in-class tools for solar companies, from residential to large-scale commercial solar, and for all teams within an organization.

“Our shared vision and values have made it clear that joining forces will enable us to maximize our impact on the industry,” said Paul Grana, co-founder of Folsom Labs. Paul Gibbs, co-founder of Folsom Labs added. “As a part of Aurora Solar, we’ll be able to provide the comprehensive solution the solar industry has been waiting for since we both started our parallel journeys.”

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