Massachusetts solar installers form unique alliance to address installer shortage

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Two independent solar companies have joined forces in a strategic alliance to better position both companies for future growth in residential and commercial solar installations. Boston Solar of Woburn, Massachusetts has formed a strategic alliance with fellow solar installer SolarFlair of Ashland, Massachusetts.

“Between our continued growth in the residential sector, an increasing need for solar installers and our focus on commercial expansion, Boston Solar’s alliance with SolarFlair positions both of our companies for long-term success,” said Daniel Mello Guimaraes, CEO of Boston Solar.

Boston Solar and SolarFlair are both committed to solar energy and enjoy significant recognition and success within the solar realm. SolarFlair Energy was founded in 2007 and has developed and built several thousand residential and commercial solar projects, installing over 25 MW of solar throughout Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Most notable installations include Perkins School for the Blind, Saxonville Mills, Suburban Athletic Club and numerous solar farms.

Boston Solar markets, designs and installs residential and commercial solar, as well as energy storage and EV chargers throughout Massachusetts. The company has installed more than 30 MW of solar, powering thousands of homes in the Bay State, since its founding in 2011. The company’s commercial solar installations include All Creatures Veterinary Hospital, the Boys and Girls Club of Woburn, Prestige Way, Subest Trust and Greendale People’s Church.

SolarFlair Energy will be exercising its installation expertise and experience as a trusted partner and installer for Boston Solar. SolarFlair recently changed its business model to focus solely on installations — commercial and residential. The company is ideally positioned to help Boston Solar meet installation demand.

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