Sungevity’s solar powered popsicle truck will be hitting farmer’s markets, festivals and other public events in New York, New Jersey, Maryland, Massachusetts, and Delaware this summer as part of their Rolling Rooftop Revolution. The orange and white biodiesel truck is part of the company’s campaign to educate the east coast market on the potential for residential solar power. The Oakland-based solar energy services company is hoping to help people cool down with solar power and show through on-the-spot installation quotes on iPads that solar systems are actually within the average person’s reach.
Sungevity specializes in the design, financing, installation and maintenance of home solar systems in Arizona, California, Colorado, Delaware, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, and New York. The company is offering free online quotes and zero money down leases to install solar systems. This means that Sungevity owns and operates the solar system, but you provide the roof, lease the system and get all the benefits of using renewable energy at your home.
The Ice Pop Truck was touring around New York City last week, but is on its way to Boston right now before heading on to New Jersey the week after. Austin-based GoodPops is providing the all-natural, organic frozen popsicles in 7 flavors: soy coconut, mango, strawberry, hibiscus mint, cold brew coffee, watermelon agave and banana cinnamon.