Andrew Birch, Sungevity CEO, said, “We are very pleased with our continued upward trajectory domestically and internationally.
“Our sales have doubled over prior year and we are starting to see significant volume from Europe, with utility partnerships and customer referrals driving the uptake.”
“Our scalable model allows us to capitalise on new growth opportunities faster and with fewer dollars,” he added
The company currently works throughout nine US states and also has a presence in Europe through Netherlands-based Zonline, as well as in Australia through the joint venture Sungevity Australia.
Colleen Calhoun, senior executive director for GE Energy Ventures, said, “GE Ventures is pleased to invest in Sungevity for its sophisticated technology platform, capital light business model and strong potential for growth as rooftop solar hits meaningful scale.”
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