We’re introducing each individual joining us for a month-long mentorship as part of this year’s TechWomen, a program empowering the next generation of female leaders in STEM fields (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) from Africa and the Middle East. Here’s our third emerging leader!
We’re introducing each individual joining us for a month-long mentorship as part of this year’s TechWomen, a program empowering the next generation of women leaders in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics from Africa and the Middle East. Say hello to Petra!
Four women have recently joined us for a month-long mentorship at SolarCity as part of this year’s TechWomen, a program empowering the next generation of women leaders in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) from Africa and the Middle East.
Commercial solar installation, Chico Unified School DistrictAs we return to school this fall, the math on our nation’s solar installations at schools is looking pretty impressive!SolarCity has installed solar at more than 400 school sites across the country, bringing clean renewable electricity to rural communities and the inner city alike.
Our own Rocio Farias is one of a small but growing number of the nation’s female solar installers, a distinction that prompted the New York Times to publish this interview with her last weekend.
People liked hearing our customers talk about going solar so much, that we decided to make a sequel. Five more solar citizens sum up their experience here.
The Graneys live in an energy-efficient SheaXero home, which includes a solar panel system.This spring SolarCity announced its launch in Nevada, and while we plan to start solar installation in October, we’ve already started taking orders in the Silver State.
SolarCity received Riverkeeper’s “Big Fish” award in New York. Pictured L to R: Riverkeeper Board Member/Award Presenter Camilo Patrignani, SolarCity Founder/CEO Lyndon Rive, President and Hudson Riverkeeper Paul Gallay
David Reichbaum is the Program Manager for the GivePower Foundation, SolarCity’s non-profit organization committed to bringing light to schools in need. Here, David recounts his recent trip with GivePower.Solar Citizens
In case you missed the last post on our recent trip – SolarCity’s nonprofit organization, the GivePower Foundation, embarked on its first official international project, installing an off-grid photovoltaic solar system on a school without electricity in Nicaragua. This video tells the story.