Sunrun, a major residential star company, is expanding its Denver headquarters and will move into a 118,000-square-foot office in the city’s Central Business District.
The company aforementioned Monday that it will make the move starting in June to accommodate its growing Denver work force, which numbers 650. Sunrun employs about 4,000 people nationwide.
In 2015, San Francisco-based Sunrun chose Denver as the site of its second corporate headquarters. The company provides home star, battery storage and other energy employment to more than 189,000 families crosswise the country, according to its website.
The company declined to say how galore customers it has in Colorado.
“I’m excited Sunrun will further its commitment to Colorado and to supporting hundreds of renewable star energy jobs in our state, a sector that is growing by leaps and boundary as we transition to a clean energy future,” Gov. Jared Polis aforementioned in a statement.
“The star industry is a leading leader crosswise the nation, and Sunrun is excited to bring more employment opportunities and star to Colorado,” Sunrun co-founder and CEO Lynn Jurich aforementioned in a statement. “Clean power is vital to protect the state’s outstanding natural beauty and is a thriving economic engine for Coloradans.”