Sunrun co-CEO Lynn Jurich introduces disownership - why and how consumers can now get more value by owning less.
FastCompany chats with Sunrun co-CEO Lynn Jurich about how solar is non-partisan.
PandoDaily takes a look at how Sunrun has been shaking up the solar industry over the past five years
Sunrun co-Founder Lynn Jurich on how to juggle marriage and a career
Sunrun announces a $200 investment from Credit Suisse
Fresno Business Journal notes CA solar growth as reported by PV Solar Report and Sunrun
Santa Clarita was ranked the #1 Solar City in an analysis from PV Solar Report and Sunrun
BloombergBusinessweek covers Sunrun's leadership and the news that Sunrun raised an additional $60 million in funding.
VentureBeat reports on Sunrun raising $60 million in new venture capital funding
Sunrun announces $60 million in venture capital funding, covered by GigaOm
Sunrun was inducted into the International Green Industry Hall of Fame during a ceremony at Fresno State.
The New York Times highlights Sunrun's new ad campaign.
AdWeek commends Sunrun's new TV commercials teaching folks they can save money while helping the planet.
The New York Times highlights Sunrun and discusses how solar service is helping the solar industry thrive.
FastCompany highlights Sunrun's new TV commercials teaching homeowners it doesn't have to be expensive to install solar.
Sunrun study shows Americans' misconceptions about solar prevent them from making smart financial decisions.
Over 73% of Californians switching to solar choose solar power service over buying a solar system.
Sunrun partners with California Home Builders and PetersenDean to offer pre-installed solar power service on homes in Pacoima, CA
Businessweek deems solar power service a bright spot in the solar industry.
Sunrun calculates how much money the Republican presidential candidates could save by going solar.
Lynn Jurich, President of Sunrun, talks with Emily Chang on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg West" about the solar energy market.
Congress may pass a bill to provide matching grants to local governments who streamline their permitting processes for renewable energy.
Sunrun's predictions for the solar industry in 2012: solar gets even cheaper, industry experiences a darwinian year, solar leasing trumps cash, solar for the middle class, and streamlining brings money to communities.
Sunrun helped Bakersfield resident Christopher Parker go solar by buying the solar panels for him.
Sunrun helps ordinary people go solar without sacrificing savings by covering the upfront costs, buying the panels and installing them for a small charge.
Conscious of the cost-barrier that prevents many households from installing solar power, Sunrun has come up with an alternative model. It will buy a solar installation for your roof and then provide you with energy for a fixed monthly fee.
New data from California shows that two thirds of solar PV installations from 2009 to 2011 were in zip codes with median household incomes between $40,000 and $84,000, according to analysis from PV Solar Report and Sunrun.
Companies like Sunrun are making residential solar affordable by raising project capital to buy, install, and maintain their customers' systems.
Solar is growing quickly in Massachusetts, thanks to companies that allow homeowners to install panels with no upfront cost.
Homeowners are now able to upgrade to solar power in Westchester, NY for a low upfront cost by leasing solar panels from Sunrun.
Solar panel prices have been dropping, making it easier to market solar's financial benefits. With Sunrun, homeowners are able to upgrade to solar for little to no cost.
Sunrun Founders Edward Fenster and Lynn Jurich were named to Fortune's 40 Under 40 list of people to watch in business across the world.
June 2011 was the first month ever in which more Californians opted for third-party-owned solar over cash purchases - meaning they install solar panels on their roofs without having to own them. A major factor in this trend is San Francisco's Sunrun, the company that invented this business model for home solar.
Sunrun Co-Founder Lynn Jurich explains her approach to managing the startup's growth, with lessons for other young women who are running fast-growing ventures.
The U.S. solar industry is expecting to double production and companies, such as Sunrun, are growing quickly to meet the demand.