All the states Sungevity operates in have a keen interest in supporting solar renewable energy. Many even have solar tax credits and rebates available. But don’t worry about paperwork—we figure it all out for you and reflect it in your pricing, whether you lease or buy your system. Ask your Solar Consultant to help you all your savings details on your iQuote.
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Factors we consider in determining if solar is right for you include: Shading, current energy use, roof size and orientation, roof type and age, credit score
Arizona lays claim to hot, hot, heat and more clear days than any other state. Did someone say air conditioning?
A leader in environmental policy, sun-kissed California was the perfect place for Sungevity to get started.
Not only is Colorado home to more microbreweries than any other state, but it’s also abundantly sunny. Let’s toast to your solar future.
Connecticut has come a long way since giving us the first color television. Now you can power all your home’s appliances with clean solar energy.
America’s first state is second to none in our books. Sungevity installers are ready to help make “the Small Wonder” first in solar.
District of Columbia
D.C. may be small, but it punches above its weight when it comes to politics. Let’s make it a solar powerhouse, too.
Maryland may be known as “Little America,” but we can have a giant impact with solar savings.
Massachusetts has a reputation for everything from manufacturing to higher learning. Now let’s put the Bay State on the map for residential solar.
Home to Springsteen, Sinatra, and the Sugar Hill Gang, New Jersey is music to our ears when it comes to solar-powered homes.
It’s not uncommon for the Land of Enchantment to clock in at over 100° Fahrenheit. Soaring heat can lead to soaring bills—all the more reason to go solar.
New York got its “Empire State” nickname in recognition of its vast wealth and variety of resources. Let’s add clean solar energy to that list!
North Carolina is home to the oldest state university in the U.S., Pepsi, and the Wright brothers. Sungevity hopes to add solar to the Tar Heel State’s list of firsts.
Vermont produces more maple syrup than any other state in the Union. You can make your life there even sweeter by producing your own solar energy.