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Sigora Solar powers homes in Haiti with give-back program

published 10-16-2018

Sigora Solar is proud to announce the launch of their “Sigora Gives Back” program which will provide clean, renewable electricity to under-served families in Haiti that have never had electricity before…

Sigora Solar Named 2019 Most Forward-Thinking Company in America by Solar Power World

published 7-24-2019

With renewable energy expected to be the fastest growing source of U.S. electricity generation for at least the next two years, local solar installer Sigora Solar is humbled to be recognized by Sol…

Nice work if you can get it: The 15 best employers in Charlottesville

published 3-5-2019

Charlottesville routinely finds itself on lists of the best places to live in the country. But it’s also a great place to work, judging by what people had to say about the following organizations…

Energy audit inspires Virginia yogis to ‘stand up for something that’s important’

published 7-8-2019

Yogaville leaders hope their investments in solar power send a message about opposing the Atlantic Coast Pipeline…

Hill School Dedicates New Solar Field

published 5-22-2019

The Hill School in Middleburg officially dedicated its new solar field on Wednesday. The 127.8kW DC system, designed and installed by Sigora Solar, provides a third of the school’s energy needs…

Sigora calls for the establishment of LMI solar program for Virginians and workforce training

published 1-23-2019

This week marks the Virginia General Assembly’s hearing of two important pieces of renewable energy legislation that, if passed, would create local jobs, boost the economy, save families money on e…

Sigora Solar to open Raleigh office

published 11-12-2018

Charlottesville-based Sigora Solar, one of Virginia’s largest homegrown solar panel providers, is expanding to North Carolina, and said in a release that it expects to create 75 new jobs in the Ral…

Sigora Solar says North Carolina move part of national expansion

published 9-28-2018

When Sigora Solar expanded to Raleigh, N.C., this summer, creating 75 jobs, some observers wondered why the Charlottesville-based solar panel provider would move into another state. In response, Si…

Charlottesville Solar Company Prepares for Effects of New Tariff

published 1-23-2018

A Charlottesville-based business is concerned about a new 30-percent tariff that will be imposed on solar panels imported from other countries…

Charlottesville Company Organizes Hurricane Relief Effort

published 9-19-2018

A Charlottesville-based company is asking for donations to help victims of Hurricane Florence.
Sigora Solar is collecting essential items until Friday at its Harris Street office. The company is ask…

Solar Company Opens Office in Charlottesville

published 4-19-2017

A company that started in Waynesboro is now expanding into Charlottesville.
Sigora Solar held a ribbon cutting ceremony at its new corporate office on Harris Street Wednesday, April 19. The growth m…

Sigora Solar expanding in Charlottesville and Waynesboro, creating 50 new jobs

published 4-19-2017

Sigora Solar opened its new headquarters in Charlottesville on Wednesday and announced plans to expand its Waynesboro operation where it had previously been based – a $3.5 million capital investmen…

How One US Startup Is Making Electrification a Bankable Business in Frontier Markets

published 3-8-2017

There’s a reason why Sigora International, a startup headquartered in San Francisco, chose to deploy its pioneering micro-utility platform in Môle-Saint-Nicolas, a remote seaside town in northwest …

CATEC Unveils New Solar Panel to Power Classrooms

published 3-16-2018

A central Virginia technical school is set to begin fueling some of its classrooms with solar power. The Charlottesville Albemarle Technical Education Center (CATEC) unveiled a new solar panel that…

Indoor Biotechnologies uses LEAP funding to install rooftop solar

published 1-10-2018

It’s a regular occurrence for Indoor Biotechnologies to break new ground when it comes to allergens, but when the city of Charlottesville and a consortium of energy and financial providers offered…