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Solar Power Leases, Ice Pops Coming to Five Northeastern States

Ah, nothing like a mid-summer promotion... lucky for us, this one is actually pretty cool.

Sungevity, a California-based company that bankrolls the option to lease solar panels for an increasing number of Americans, is coming to five northeastern states -- in an ice pop truck.

As part of the company's Rooftop Revolution campaign, Sungevity representatives will pile into a bio-diesel-powerd ice pop truck equipped with solar panels and tour New York, New Jersey, Maryland, Massachusetts and Delaware. Destinations along the route include events like music festivals, county fairs, farmers markets and minor league baseball games.

Two other solar lease providers, SunRun and SolarCity, are already active in parts of New England and the Mid-Atlantic.

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Lowe's Teams with Sungevity to Offer Solar Lease Option, Starting in California

In an effort to provide solar home energy options to its customers, Lowe's is teaming up with Sungevity, an Oakland, California-based company that leases the systems to homeowners in handful of states.

The home improvement retailer has taken a minority stake in Sungevity that will help each company make up ground where it was previously lacking. Starting at stores in California, Lowe's will at last have a solar power option to discuss with its customers. Its main competitor, Home Depot, has offered such an option since March 2010, when the Atlanta-based company launched a partnership with SolarCity.

Sungevity, meanwhile,

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