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SolarMax’s Big Move to Riverside!

We’re excited to announce that SolarMax Technology is moving its headquarters to sunny Riverside, CA at the end of this year! With this move, we expect to create as many as 1,600 new jobs in the area as we continue to expand our business.

“It was the next step in our growth,” says David Hsu, SolarMax Technology CEO. “We were looking at our expansion plans and realized that going to Riverside made sense because not only is it sunny most of the year, but the city is focused on green technology and development and the area is growing.”

Currently, we’re hard at work remodeling our new building, a 165,000 sq. ft. facility near the Riverside Metrolink station, which will house our full sales and office staff, finance department, and distribution workers. Installation crews will also work out of the new headquarters. The historic building, where amphibious tanks were made during World War II, will be getting a solar rooftop during the course of its renovation!

SolarMax Technology plans to make the new building a hub for green technology products and services. “We will also be looking for renewable technology partners specializing in geo thermal, LED lighting, wind, and water treatment,” Hsu added. “We will create a one stop solution for all green related technology, and truly develop Riverside as a Green City.”

We couldn’t be more excited to share this news with you, and look forward to bringing you future updates on this big step for SolarMax Technology and the Inland Empire. Stay tuned for more!

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2 Responses to “SolarMax’s Big Move to Riverside!”

  1. Welcome to Riverside! Where does someone go to see about applying for a job with you?


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