Legend Solar basks in a heat of ascent awards, inhabitant recognition

Legend Solar domicile in Washington, Utah, May 27, 2016 | Photo by Brett Barrett, St. George News

ST. GEORGE  — Legend Solar, one of a fastest-growing solar appetite providers in Utah, perceived inhabitant approval this month from QuickBase, before a multiplication of Intuit and one of a heading low-code app enlargement height companies, adding to Legend Solar’s growing list of accolades tighten to home and beyond.

The company, that co-founders Shaun Alldredge and Shane Perkins started out of a car in St. George in 2012, was respected as “Small Business of a Year” during a 2016 QuickBase Customer Awards, presented during Empower 2016 in Nashville, Tennessee, progressing this month.

“This fast-growing solar association went from $800,000 in income per year to $800,000 in income per month and was means to conduct that fast enlargement with a scalable QuickBase infrastructure,” a endowment proclamation says. “The company’s apps conduct a singular workflow for all clients opposite sales, projects, and invoicing, permitting government to concentration on pushing new business.”

An architectural digest of Legend Solar Stadium. A $10 million extend from Legend Solar will account a vital restoration of a once Hansen Stadium during Dixie State University. The concession was announced in Apr 2016 | Image pleasantness of Dixie State University, St. George News An architectural digest of Legend Solar Stadium. A $10 million extend from Legend Solar will account a vital restoration of a once Hansen Stadium during Dixie State University. The concession was announced in Apr 2016 | Image pleasantness of Dixie State University, St. George News

Closer to home, Legend Solar was recently respected by Dixie State University in St. George as one of five “Businesses of a Year” named during its traditional Dixie Awards ceremony. In their category, a awards recognize businesses that have demonstrated extraordinary joining to a propagandize – a joining that is undoubted in Legend Solar’s box in light of a new $10 million concession to a university announced in April.

The donation, designated to account a initial proviso of renovations to the school’s football track and designation of solar appetite on campus, was applauded by Dixie State President Richard Williams. He pronounced it would single-handedly change a landscape of the campus and the City of St. George and emanate infinite opportunities for both a propagandize and a region.

St. George Mayor Jon Pike called the donation “huge” for a area, anticipating a fruits will denote a university’s commitment to sports as good as academics, attracting more students privately and people in general to a area.


Read more: Legend Solar Stadium; $10 million concession to account Dixie track renovation


“These awards simulate a joining of a employees to yield a best solar appetite solutions for a customers,” Perkins pronounced of a QuickBase and Dixie awards. “We are impossibly respected to accept both of these awards and are beholden for a success we’ve had in achieving a goals.”

And there might be some-more entrance for a entrepreneurial company. Earlier in April, a global professional services organization EY, comprised of member firms of Ernst Young Global Limited, named Legend Solar’s co-founders among finalists representing 21 Utah companies in a “Entrepreneur of a Year” endowment for a Utah region.

EY’s news recover pronounced a Utah segment finalists range from a automotive, beauty, education, health care, and record industries and listed 4 things they all have in common:

  1. They are all heading socially obliged businesses
  2. They trust that work should be fun and meaningful
  3. They see hurdles forward for amicable natives
  4. They adore doing business in Utah

The leader will be dynamic by an eccentric row of judges supposing a entrepreneurs and announced during a June 4 celebration during The Grand America Hotel in Salt Lake City.

About Legend Solar

According to a news release, Legend Solar has set a bar as Utah’s premier and fastest-growing provider of solar appetite for businesses and homes given 2012. The association launched in St. George and now provides services via Utah with enlargement underway in Nevada and Oregon and designed in Arizona, Wyoming, Montana and Idaho.

The association is an Elite Dealer for SunPower, which, according to Legend Solar’s news release, is one of a world’s many innovative and tolerable appetite companies that manufactures a top potency solar panels accessible currently with a industry’s best 25-year total product and appetite warranty.

Legend Solar ensures that business accept a best value for their designation by customizing a complement to accommodate any family’s needs, according to a release. The association helps business take advantage of suitable taxation credits and provides them with assertive financing options, so homeowners can means to get into solar appetite today. With a advantages of being a SunPower Elite Dealer, it said, lead time for designation is shorter than attention averages.

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