Tabuchi Electric opens solar-plus storage manufacturer headquarters in San Jose
SAN JOSE, Calif. — Tabuchi Electric, a solar-plus-storage manufacturer, has opened its expanded office, training and testing facility in San Jose.
Tabuchi Electric’s 41,493-square-foot space will be the hub for development and sales of the company’s solar-plus-storage and inverter technologies designed to help U.S. homeowners cut electricity costs and efficiently manage their energy use. Tabuchi’s grid-friendly technologies are also intelligently designed to make it easier for utilities to directly manage distributed solar and optimize energy use across the grid.
Tabuchi Electric has committed to hiring 35 employees by the end of Q2, tripling the size of the U.S.-based team. Located in one of the greenest cities in the U.S., Tabuchi Electric will help the city of San Jose reach its goal of creating 25,000 clean technology jobs by 2022.
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Source: Business Wire