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SolarCity launches solar service in Utah

SolarCityCorp. has launched residential solar service in Utah, whereconstruction of the company's new regional corporate headquarters is underway.

As part of the service, customers can purchase a solarsystem from SolarCity or finance the system through a 10- or 20-year loan,according to a July 12 news release.

The company said it is hiring for more than 100 corporatesupport roles at temporary locations in Salt Lake City and Draper, Utah, withconstruction of its permanent headquarters in Draper slated to be complete inDecember.

In June, SolarCity announced an into the greater Houston area.