Category: Rooftop Revolution

The ascent of solar energy is upon us. Get the latest news from the home of Danny Kennedy’s rooftop revolution, Sungevity!

solar power at the White House

The Untold History of Solar Power at the White House

Our country’s long-standing battle for greener energy sources poses a question of national importance. How should we power the most powerful house in America? The White House was an early adopter of a technology that is finally gaining popular traction: solar...

/ December 13, 2016
Solar neighborhood effect

Small town neighbors drive the solar revolution

Research proves the spread of solar is a deeply social affair. Word-of-mouth is key to the spread of disruptive technologies. People often seek out the trusted opinion of a friend or family member before they are willing to try something...

/ November 8, 2016
Leonardo DiCaprio and President Obama in Before the Flood

Watch Before the Flood (Full Movie)

“I think we have tipped the world toward a sustainable future. The fear is, are we doing it too slowly?” – Johan Rockström, Professor of Environmental Science, Stockholm University and Director, Stockholm Resilience Center Leonardo DiCaprio has a message for...

/ November 3, 2016

Sungevity Helps Another Head of State Go Solar

Six years ago, Sungevity and non-profit Solar Head of State worked together to install solar on the Muliaage, the official presidential residence of the Maldives. Sungevity is now proud to support Solar Head of State’s newest initiative to install a solar...

/ September 26, 2016
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California Cities Have Barely Scratched The Surface Of Their Residential Solar Potential

Sungevity used proprietary Instant iQuote technology to evaluate the solar potential of three major California cities, and the results may surprise you.

/ July 6, 2016
Andrew Birch, Sungevity CEO

California, go solar for as low as $9,635. Yes, really.

This Earth Day - our 9th anniversary - we’re making solar radically affordable. Andrew Birch, Sungevity's CEO, explains.

/ April 22, 2016