Auric Solar signs 15 MW deal with PV module manufacturer Silfab Solar

Silfab Solar, a PV module manufacturer, announced a long-term partnership with Auric Solar and distributor Russell Pacific to supply Auric with all-black, high-quality modules and delivery of 15 MW over the next few months.

silfab solar modulesAuric Solar started in 2010 by co-founders Trent Vansice and Jess Phillips in a garage in Salt Lake City, Utah and has grown to more than 200 employees today. Auric Solar is the largest solar provider doing business in Utah and Idaho. The company is purchasing Silfab’s latest 300Wp module that the company debuted at last month’s Solar Power International conference. Distributor Russell Pacific (RP) handles all aspects of Auric’s module procurement and was a key partner in the deal.

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“Auric focuses on North American made quality components, exceptional service and a world class solar experience that we have pioneered and are constantly perfecting. Aligning with partners who have a track record of success and a long-term minded leadership group fits perfectly within our company’s philosophy and practices. As we look to enter the next phase of Auric’s future, the clear long-term choice for us was Silfab,” said Jess Phillips, principal of Auric Solar, which currently has the most positive reviews in America.

The vertical-integrated structure and 30-year global experience in solar systems assures suppliers and retailers that the trustworthy, bankable company is using only the best materials and methods to produce modules.

“Companies continue to select Silfab because of our North American location – which means quicker delivery, best-in-class warranties and high-touch customer service,” said Geoffrey Atkins, Silfab’s head of development. “Silfab is excited to partner with another customer-focused, high-quality solar provider such as Auric.”




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