Solar can generate electricity for your home… why not for your romantic life too?
These solar Valentine’s Day cards are for you to share and Generate Love with someone special.
You may want to trade your orange Sungevity sunglasses for wool socks because 2014 has kicked off with a brrr-ang.
If socks don’t do the trick… here are some easy ways you can keep your toes warm and use energy more efficiently this winter:
Here’s to another year of happy toes and small utility bills.
Sungevity is thrilled to announce the winner of our first annual charity giving contest, Sungevity Gives Back. With over 11,000 votes, Eastern Pacific Hawksbill Initiative (ICAPO) has won $20,000 to support the protection of critically endangered hawksbill seaturtles. Congratulations ICAPO!
The contest was a tremendous success, with 30 participating non-profits competing for the $20,000k. We look forward to next year’s contest!
Changes could be on the horizon for future solar customers in Colorado. A newly proposed policy would make going solar significantly less affordable for Coloradans by changing the rules on net metering.
Like rollover minutes on a cell phone bill, net metering allows solar customers to earn energy credits and get paid for the clean power they contribute back to the grid. This simple crediting system is one of the most important policies for enabling Americans to go solar – 43 states have it on the books.
At Sungevity, we want to make clean energy accessible and affordable to everyone. To keep Generating Positive, we want to stop this proposal in its tracks so that people like you continue to have the choice to generate their own power and get full credit for the excess electricity they deliver to the grid. That’s why we’re part of the conversation to keep net metering strong in Colorado, and you can be too. Sign the petition to voice your support for solar in Colorado, and stay tuned to our blog for more updates.
For more details about the proposal, check out these helpful resources from Coalition for Solar Rights.
Schools in NY are adding solar panels to their roofs to reduce electricity bills, help improve the environment, and educate their students about the science behind solar power.