Eastern U.S. solar installer Sigora Solar announced today the acquisition of California-based Aztec Solar, a strategic growth move that will fuel Sigora’s expansion plans.
“We are on a mission to expand access to energy solutions for all types of customers. Through the strategic acquisition of Aztec Solar, Sigora is realizing our goal to be a national leader in energy,” said Sigora Solar CEO, Logan Landry. “We at Sigora are driven by a desire to empower our customers through technology, including solar, energy efficiency, and battery storage. We are constantly looking for opportunities like this one, which we see as a major win for Aztec Solar, Sigora, and all of our current and future customers.”
Sigora Solar now operates in 14 states and is Virginia’s largest residential and commercial solar installer, according to date from our Top Solar Contractors list, and has consistently appeared on Inc.’s list of fastest growing companies in the United States.
Aztec Solar is a Sacramento-based company that has been in business for 40 years. Aztec Solar was one of the Sacramento area’s pioneers in solar power and offers multiple top-quality solar products and technologies, servicing residential, commercial, industrial, and governmental customers. Aztec Solar’s founder and CEO, Ed Murray, is the current President of the California Solar and Storage Association (CALSSA) and has been a member of the advocacy group since 1984.
“Our partnership with Sigora is an incredible opportunity for Aztec Solar to expand its reach while continuing to provide our over 14,000 customers with quality service,” said Murray. “We pride ourselves on being the most trusted solar company in Northern California. Our name is synonymous with ethics in solar energy. Sigora’s experience and resources as a national brand will only help us build on that legacy.”
“All of us, and, particularly Californians, are facing one hardship after another thanks to climate change, wildfires and rolling brownouts. By installing more solar and battery back-up support, Aztec Solar and Sigora will help ensure fewer residents go without power during extreme and dangerous weather events,” said Murray and Landry, jointly in a press release. “Our concern continues to be for the safety and security of our customers, partners, employees, and neighbors.”
Day-to-day operations will continue to be managed by the Aztec Solar team with a plan and roadmap for the gradual integration into the Sigora parent company. There will be no major changes for employees or customers in the near term. Eventually, Aztec Solar will become part of Sigora’s back-end operations, including access to Sigora’s software and suite of technology services.
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