Aurora Solar strengthens commercial offering with acquisition of HelioScope

Aurora Solar – makers of a software platform for solar sales and design – announced Monday the acquisition of Folsom Labs to bolster its commercial offerings.

Aurora Solar – makers of an industry-leading software platform for solar sales and design – announced Monday the acquisition of Folsom Labs to bolster its commercial offerings.

Folsom Labs is the developer of HelioScope, a leading software platform for the commercial solar sector. Aurora Solar’s founders believe the company now has the tools to offer best-in-class solutions to residential and large-scale commercial clients.


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“Today is a big day for solar,” said Samuel Adeyemo, co-founder of Aurora Solar. “As a result of this acquisition, solar professionals from the residential and commercial sectors can look forward to faster product innovation and an unparalleled customer experience. I’m delighted to welcome the Folsom Labs team to Aurora.”

More than 6 million solar projects have been designed using Aurora Solar, globally, the company said, while HeliScope has been used to design over 1,200 gigawatts of solar projects.

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