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Sunrun Solar Systems Have Prevented Nearly 4 Million Metric Tons Of Carbon Emissions

March 7th, 2019 | by Joshua S Hill

Sunrun, the largest residential solar, storage, and energy services provider in the United States, published its second annual Impact Report on Tuesday, revealing that the cumulative impact of its solar systems has prevented almost four million metric tons of carbon dioxide emissions, the equivalent of eliminating over 9 billion passenger-vehicle miles. 

Vivint Solar Hits 100,000 Customers

February 23rd, 2017 | by Joshua S Hill

A year after its intended merger with SunEdison collapsed amidst the latter's bankruptcy issues, Vivint Solar has announced this week it has hit 100,000 residential solar customers across the United States.

Riverside County Home Energy Renovation Program Yields Energy Bill Savings, Local Jobs, Carbon Emissions Reductions

September 13th, 2012 | by Andrew

Home clean energy project financing in Riverside County is surging higher with the launch of an innovative public-private PACE partnership, HERO (Home Energy Renovation Opportunity). HERO is boosting job creation and the local economy, along with helping consumers cut energy costs and helping the state meet its GHG emissions reduction targets

Where’s the Clean Energy Stimulus? Q2 a Record Quarter for US Solar Market

September 10th, 2012 | by Andrew

Q2 was a record quarter for the US solar market, intensifying opposition and populist rhetoric notwithstanding. Utility solar power installations powered second quarter gains in solar power capacity, though residential solar power installations increased for the fourth consecutive quarter, according to SEIA-GTM Research's latest quarterly report.

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