Sungevity

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Sungevity is a developer of solar systems designed to meet specific power needs of businesses. It uses sleek black-on-black solar panels and low-impact mounting hardware, and each of its solar energy systems is designed to accommodate multiple storage options and other functionalities, such as EV chargers. Sungevity is a brand uniting Solar Spectrum and Horizon Solar Power companies.

TypePrivate
Founded2007
HQOakland, US
Websitesungevity.com
Employee Ratings3

Latest Updates

Employees (est.) (Oct 2020)224(-1%)
Job Openings7
Cybersecurity ratingBMore

Key People/Management at Sungevity

William Atkinson

William Atkinson

Executive Vice President
Jessica Porter

Jessica Porter

Director of Financial Planning and Analysis
Ashley Seton

Ashley Seton

Director Of Business Operations
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Sungevity Office Locations

Sungevity has an office in Oakland
Oakland, US (HQ)
66 Franklin St #310
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Sungevity Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2007

Sungevity total Funding

$895.5 m

Sungevity latest funding size

$650 m

Time since last funding

5 years ago

Sungevity investors

Sungevity's latest funding round in December 2015 was reported to be $650 m. In total, Sungevity has raised $895.5 m
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Sungevity Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

B

84/100

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Sungevity Online and Social Media Presence

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Sungevity News and Updates

Sungevity Announces the Acquisition of EGear and Hawaii Energy Connection

OAKLAND, Calif., Sept. 20, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Sungevity, one of the nation's leading residential solar system providers, today announced a definitive agreement to concurrently acquire EGear and Hawaii Energy Connection, leaders in Hawaii's advanced solar, storage and grid services...

Sungevity Blogs

We’re Still Open for Business During the Pandemic

As news and situations change daily, there’s understandably a feeling of uncertainty, anxiety, even dread. We want to let you know: Sungevity is open for business and ready to help you gain more control and predictability in your life. Going solar helps you save money, so you pay less each month tha…

SoCal Edison Wants a 14.4% Price Increase. Solar Helps You Avoid This

Read here: Why the rate hike? When does it take effect? Don’t pay more, pay less, with solar energy Protect your energy rates for 20 years SoCal Edison, the biggest electric company in Southern California, made it clear to consumers that they want to increase prices by 14.4% starting in January. Cus…

What Are the Financial Benefits of Solar Energy?

Once upon a time – decades ago – solar panels installed on your roof was something only wealthy hippies could afford. But today, solar panels are far cheaper and far more effective in producing energy. And when you work with Sungevity, they are cheaper to install on your home, too – often homeowners…

Sungevity vs. Other Solar Companies: What Makes Us Different?

Installing solar panels on your roof is a power move. It’s not only a great way to save money on your utility bill, it’s a great way to reduce your reliance on an unreliable utility company. Solar power is becoming increasingly popular among homeowners nationwide, particularly for those who live in …

When is the Best Time to Install Solar Panels?

When it comes to going solar, there’s no time like right now. We’re talking about installing solar panels in the winter! Winter is the optimal time for a variety of reasons. Regardless of the time of year, going solar sooner is always better. And the earlier you do so, the faster you’ll experience t…

Update: PG&E Close to Finalizing $13.5 Billion Bankruptcy Terms

What’s the latest for PG&E customers? California’s biggest utility is close to finalizing terms of a $13.5 billion payout to wildfire victims, according to reporting from Bloomberg News. PG&E was found liable for causing wildfires in 2017 and 2018 after decades of neglecting their infrastruc…
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Sungevity Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Sungevity founded?

    Sungevity was founded in 2007.

  • Who are Sungevity key executives?

    Sungevity's key executives are William Atkinson, Jessica Porter and Ashley Seton.

  • How many employees does Sungevity have?

    Sungevity has 224 employees.

  • Who are Sungevity competitors?

    Competitors of Sungevity include NRG Systems, Versol solar and Solgen Energy.

  • Where is Sungevity headquarters?

    Sungevity headquarters is located at 66 Franklin St #310, Oakland.

  • Where are Sungevity offices?

    Sungevity has an office in Oakland.

  • How many offices does Sungevity have?

    Sungevity has 1 office.