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Sungevity socks away cash for solar leasing

Solar installer Sungevity signs deal for $50 million worth of solar leases, enough for a couple thousand installations of bank-financed residential rooftop solar panels.

By August 15, 2011

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Lowe's to offer Sungevity quick solar panel quote

Home improvement retailer invests in Sungevity and will offer its solar panel quote service in store displays later this year.

By May 16, 2011

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Web-friendly solar installer Sungevity widens net

The start-up, which cracked into residential solar with a 24-hour quote based on satellite images, gets $15 million to expand nationwide.

By December 15, 2010

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Cutting down solar costs with satellite imagery

Sungevity, which offers a Web-based system for evaluating the solar potential for homes through satellite data, wants to be the Dell of solar panels.

By April 20, 2008

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Falling solar costs: Good for buyers, bad for makers

Solar panel prices have fallen 20 percent so far this year, which is brutal for producers but beneficial for people considering buying or leasing solar panels.

By August 12, 2011

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Going solar? Seven sites map your plans

Consumers and business owners seeking to install solar power can turn to these Web sites for interactive maps and cost estimates.

By November 20, 2008

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Solar industry shakeout leads to more large projects

Report shows that the pipeline for non-residential solar projects has jumped since the beginning of this year in part because of rapidly falling solar panel prices.

By September 12, 2011

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RoofRay calculates solar savings using Google Maps

Ever thought of putting up solar panels? Check out RoofRay, a tool that helps you do the math.

By August 14, 2008

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New Web apps save the world at Web 2.0 Summit

At Web 2.0 Summit Launch Pad, where Web 2.0 execs pitch their companies as fast as they can, Web sites take on lofty goals.

By November 6, 2008

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Investor: Consumer Web best bet for high returns

You'd do better to put $2 million in 100 Web start-ups than $200 million in one energy company, says Steve Jurvetson.

By April 23, 2008