Yesterday’s announcement of Patrick Crane as our new Chief Marketing Officer seems to have started a conversation – both online and off – about solar energy and social networks.
One voice in that conversation was Osha Gray Davidson, who wrote on Forbes.com that “solar power is a social network. The people involved, both consumers and providers, see themselves as part of a club.”

We couldn’t agree more. If you’re part of our solar “club,” let us know. Leave a comment telling us about your solar experience. We want to hear from everyone – from the solar veterans, to those who are still contemplating making the switch.  We’re all part of the Solar Social Network.

We can’t wait to hear from you.

Posted by Danny Kennedy

Danny Kennedy co-founded Sungevity and now serves as strategic advisor. He is an internationally recognized opinion leader on climate and energy issues. He is the author of Rooftop Revolution: How Solar Power Can Save Our Economy - and Planet - from Dirty Energy (2012), a book that has been described as the clean energy manifesto for the next greatest generation.

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  1. I’ve developed and implemented social networking strategies for the Colorado Renewable Energy Society and the American Solar Energy Society, and I found out first hand that people are passionate about renewable energy and they’re very willing to share that passion with their friends and family.

  2. i would like to know much about solar system …i know solar energy will be more popular in futrue .

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