Tagged: solar panels

Solar Roadways Founders Talks Crowdfunding Success & Arrow Electronics’ Partnership (Video)

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Less than two months after installing the first Solar Roadways panels in Sandpoint, Idaho, creators of the Indiegogo project, Julie and Scott Brusaw, sat down to discuss the project and working with the crowdfunding platform’s partner, Arrow Electronics. Back in 2014, the project surfaced on… Read More

UK’s Renovagen Opens Up About Second Crowdcube Round

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  Earlier this month UK-based commercial-scale portable solar power systems startup, Renovagen, launched its second crowdfunding campaign on Crowdcube to raise £600,000 for its “Roll-Array” portable solar power solution. As previously reported, the Roll-Array system reportedly consists of flexible, rollable, transportable solar farm units combining  integrated energy storage. Its technology… Read More

P2P Lender Yeloha Receives $3.5 Million for US Launch

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  Solar roofing can be difficult if you can’t install solar panels on your roof. But a new start-up, Yeloha Inc., allows consumers to be “solar sharers,” with or without a roof. The company recently launched its service with limited availability in Massachusetts this week,… Read More

Update: Solar Roadways’ Passes $2.1M in Remaining Hours of Indiegogo Campaign

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Successful Solar Roadways’ crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo has just a few hours left until it closes, the campaign has raised over $2.1 million from more than 47,000 supporters. As previously reported by Crowdfund Insider, the fascinating project launched the campaign to raise $1,000,000 to replace the… Read More

Solar Roadways Sets Record for Number of Contributions to Single Campaign

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First there were electric cars, now there are Solar Roadways. This revolutionary initiative to change the way we utilize the nation’s millions of miles of roadways, by turning them into power sources, just set the record for the highest number of individual funders during its… Read More