Solar Manufacturing Ribbon Cutting Celebration at New Sellersville Facility

The Bucks County Commissioners, the Bucks County Industrial Development Authority and Solar Manufacturing recently celebrated the opening of Solar's new 59,000 square foot facility in Sellersville with a ribbon cutting ceremony on October 24th.

On the left: Jerry Gorski, president of Gorski Engineering; Myrtle Jones, Solar Manufacturing owner; William R. Jones, Solar Manufacturing owner & CEO; Thomas Hufnagle, Mayor of Sellersville; Mary Smithson, Chairman of the Bucks County IDA; and Robert G. Loughery; Chairman of the Bucks County Commissioners.

Solar is the first business to build at the Sellersville Business Campus, a first of its kind brownfield redevelopment project initiated by the Bucks County Commissioners through the Bucks County Industrial Development Authority. The 44-acre site, formerly owned by Ametek, was purchased by the Bucks County Industrial Development Authority and through a cooperative effort with the county's Planning Commission and Redevelopment Authority, the site was redeveloped and subdivided into six buildable lots to create the Sellersville Business Campus, one of a very few large industrial sites available in Upper Bucks County.

More news on the ribbon cutting ceremony can be found at the below links:

The Intelligencer Article - Sun shines on new Solar Manufacturing plant - Oct. 24, 2019

6WFMZ coverage with video

Bucks County Herald - Solar Manufacturing opens in new Sellersville business campus

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