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Colorado-based Abound Solar has expanded its office space significantly and is in the process of adding to its lab space as well, it has recently announced.
The company, which makes photovoltaic modules has claimed that it is to hire at least 50 more employees by the end of the year.
Abound Solar recently doubled its office space at 2695 Rocky Mountain Avenue now occupying the entire top floor of the Rangeview II building.
Now the company is set to expand its lab space. It will expand its certification and reliability lab to 8,000 square feet from the current 3,600 square feet.
Mark Chen, the Marketing Director for Abound told the Coloradoan: “We’re growing quickly, continuing to add employees.
“The reliability and certification lab expansion has allowed us to vastly expand our test capability there, bring in more equipment, perform more tests in-house, save us time, money, get our products to market faster.”
And Larry Knipp, Director of Systems Engineering for Abound Solar said: “Our expanded office space, lab space and outdoor test site in Centerra allow us to bring our photovoltaic modules to market more quickly and ensure high quality.”
The company has recently constructed an outdoor solar module testing site near to Interstate 25 and Highway 34. Abound Solar already has a testing sight in Longmont, which according to Chen will be augmented by the new site.
“The proximity to the lab allows for quick testing of modules and immediate performance monitoring in a field environment,” a recent news release from the company stated.
When it is populated in approximately six months, the new sight will produce 100 kilowatts of power, which equates to enough power for 30 houses.
Abound Solar was founded at Colorado State University. The company gained success by devising a low-cost efficient way to assemble solar modules.