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Most days when we look outside, the sky feels vast and infinite. The Sun feels like it’s our Sun, and the land under our feet seems sure and firm.

Most days, we forget that we’re really just living on a tiny blue marble. We forget that the infinite sky is actually a paper thin mist barely clinging to that marble. We forget that our Sun is just another star, and we forget that the solid land beneath our feet is spinning wildly as it hurtles through the empty black vacuum of space. We forget that we’re alone.

Most days we forget all this, and we go to work and get stuck in traffic and pick up groceries and relax with our families. We live our lives and strive to make them wonderful. And the Earth seems huge, not tiny; ubiquitous, not unique; sturdy, not fragile.

Most days, we forget the effect we have on our planet. It seems hard to imagine that turning the thermostat down one degree could raise the atmosphere’s temperature one degree.

Most days it’s helpful to forget, because other things can feel more important right now.

At Sungevity, we don’t forget. We know, as you do, how fragile this planet is, and how important it is to protect it. We also know how important our own lives are, and how crucial it is to keep them comfortable. So we pioneered a way for people to turn up their AC and not make the planet hotter, by harnessing free energy from our Sun. We created new finance solutions so almost anyone can start generating clean power and save money at the same time. And we work tirelessly to design and install the systems, so you don’t have to — because your life is for you to live wonderfully.

Before starting Sungevity our founder Danny Kennedy spent decades campaigning with Greenpeace to help others remember that we’re all on this tiny blue marble together.

This is why we started the Rooftop Revolution.

This is why we love our superstar customers and fans, who all remember.

This is why we Generate Positive.

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 http://makucreative.com.

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  1. DEEEEEP dude…

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