SunRun unveils its new BrightPath Station. The touch-based kiosk will be placed in retail stores and allows customers access to the brigthpath software - an end-to-end platform for going solar.


Sunrun expands its operations facilities and announces the hiring of more than 800 new employees. This is driven by the growth of the solar industry, and the residential market in particular.


Sunrun partners with SolarBuyer to create new quality assurance program. In addition to initial testing, the program monitors ongoing performance to ensure systems live up to their specs.


Sunrun releases their Brightpath platform, developed with funding from the SunShot Initiative. This is the first end-to-end automated system enabling partners to manage all aspects of a solar system.


REC Group enters into a supply agreement for Sunrun to buy a minimum of 50 MW and up to 100 MW of REC's high-quality Peak Energy Series solar panels in 2015.


As rooftop solar faces a threat in Nevada, over 4300 solar supporters sign a petition to the PUCN, urging state leaders to support net metering, an effective policy for enabling rooftop solar.


Sunrun and SolarCity both announce expansions in Nevada. The companies are bringing more solar-as-a-service options to Nevada homeowners, while adding jobs in the state.


The solar industry, where policy trumps sunshine as a resource, is hugely influenced by politics. There are five factors affecting solar politics and what we can do to influence their course.


Sunrun announces three new leadership appointments: Michael Grasso as chief marketing officer, Cameron Kinloch as vice president of financial planning & analysis, and...


Sunrun partners with home design TV stars to bring the message of solar into homeowners' livingrooms. Throughout this summer, the home design experts...