After years of focusing exclusively on home solar, Sungevity is now expanding to offer our solar solutions to the commercial market. We’ve teamed up with Sol Systems, a leader in commercial-scale finance and investment, to offer systems primarily to the underserved small business sector.
“When we launched Sungevity in 2008, we built our company on the mission of SFUN – or, ‘solar for universal need,’ and we’ve spent each year since then perfecting the way we serve our residential customers through outstanding service, innovative software technology and strategic partnerships with companies and organizations they know and trust,” said Andrew Birch, CEO, Sungevity. “Now, through our partnership with Sol Systems, we can offer equally powerful solutions to small businesses that form the cornerstones of the communities in which we live and work. And, we believe our expansive network of happy residential customers will allow us to quickly establish ourselves in the small commercial space.”
The announcement has people talkin’. Read more in the press:
- Big and small commercial solar coming on strong in 2015, Greentech Media
- Solar for small business: Sungevity enters the market, Tree Hugger
- Plan to Scale Commercial Solar Market Revealed: Sol Systems and Sungevity Team up to Pave the Way, Sol Systems
For more information about Sungevity’s commercial solutions, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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