Solar Is Social

Everybody loves the sun. We chat about the weather every day, we dream about vacationing to sunny locales, and we salivate over new gadgets that harness the power of our beloved closest star.

We love to share sunshine with our friends. It’s why Sungevity is on Facebook and Twitter and Youtube and Linkedin and Pinterest — so we can share the fun morsels of sunny goodness that we’re excited about with you, so you can share them with your friends.

Today, we shared a sunny piece of news with you that you loved — so much that it was our biggest post ever! Over 4,200 people (and counting!) saw the post, and hundreds liked, commented, and shared it.

What was this solar good news story? That all glass surfaces might soon be able to generate solar power!

Check it out, and shine on.

Posted by Wyatt Roy

Wyatt served as Sungevity's voice on social media through 2012. He left to pursue his passion for filmmaking. Check out his work at


  1. Do you deal with individuals who want to be completely independent of the utility companies?

    1. Hi Ken! Sungevity’s solar systems are grid-tied. We save our customers money by working with their utilities to do “net metering”, where any extra electricity the panels generate goes back into the grid (and the customer gets credit that they can use later. We find this is the most efficient, cost-effective way for people to go solar right now. Are you interested in getting solar on your house?

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