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Meet Virginia, a Solar Advocate at an international level

This is Virginia. She became a solar advocate in 2012 when she started working in the solar industry in her home country of Italy. We spoke to her about what gets her excited about the future of renewable energy and the enthusiasm for solar around the world. 487 more words

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Vote to help one lucky non-profit win $20,000

Voting begins today for Sungevity Gives Back!

Seventy amazing non-profits are competing to win $20,000. The organization with the most votes will win, so it’s time to… 22 more words

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Sungevity Solar Glossary

Sungevity Solar GlossaryThere are a lot of terms specific to the home solar industry. Some you may already know and others may
be new to you. 1,351 more words

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Solar startup Sungevity using laser beam data to sell solar roofs

Solar startup Sungevity is pulling in as much data as it can to help convince potential solar customers to buy solar panels for their rooftops — including data from frickin’ laser beams from the sky. 302 more words

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Sungevity Offers Solar Photovoltaics to an Appropriate Audience in Santa Barbara 

I just got back from the annual Summer Solstice Festival in Santa Barbara, CA.   Needless to say, the demographic make-up of these folks is distinctly left-of-center; it’s a fairly “Age of Aquarius” type of crowd—one in which Fox News fans are exceedingly scarce.  212 more words

Photovoltaics

The Rooftop Revolution starts now!

Solar is simple. Solar delivers savings for our customers. Solar is on every rooftop in Australia! These are the goals of Sungevity Australia. Our mission is to build the world’s most energised network of customers who power their lives with sunshine, because we believe that when they do, the future becomes brighter, one panel at a time. 286 more words

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Why Steve Jobs would hate the solar market

The team behind the Department of Energy’s solar program SunShot internally calls one of its projects “the Steve Jobs solicitation.” That’s the one officially named “ 1,177 more words