SOLARCYCLE, a technology-driven solar recycling firm, is set to establish its new headquarters in Mesa, Arizona, promising to generate over 100 local job opportunities. The cutting-edge facility includes a research laboratory dedicated to advancing the company’s proprietary recycling technologies, spearheaded by a team of scientists and engineers.
Initially focusing on recycling 250,000 solar panels annually, the Mesa facility plans to scale up to one million panels per year to meet the escalating demand in the solar industry for sustainable recycling and circular supply chain services.
To support these endeavors, SOLARCYCLE aims to fill various positions in Mesa, spanning production, engineering, operations, IT, finance, sales and marketing, and management. Aspiring candidates can explore career opportunities on the company’s dedicated careers page.
SOLARCYCLE’s innovative technology enables the recovery of 95% of the value from recycled panels, extracting materials such as silver, silicon, copper, aluminum, and glass. These high-purity materials are then reintegrated into the domestic supply chain. The newly established R&D lab in Mesa will further refine the material extraction process, striving towards zero-waste and maximizing the value derived from decommissioned panels.
Having entered its second year of operations, SOLARCYCLE has expanded its national infrastructure footprint through significant contracts with industry leaders, including AES, EDF Renewables North America, EDP Renewables North America, Greenbacker, Ørsted, Silicon Ranch, and Sunrun. The company’s inaugural facility commenced operations in Odessa, Texas, in 2022.
Committed to safety and environmental stewardship, SOLARCYCLE adheres to rigorous standards established by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). The company is actively certified under ISO 9001, ISO 14001, and ISO 45001, ensuring responsible recycling practices and safeguarding the well-being of workers, communities, and the environment.
Looking ahead, SOLARCYCLE plans to unveil additional facilities across the United States in 2024.