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April 10, 2018

​The Department of Energy estimates that there are 13 million homes across the country that shy away from adopting solar because they don’t like the look of panels. New technology from Sistine Solar hopes to combat this problem with custom solar panels designed to match any underlying rooftop. 

Solar Builder

March 08, 2018

​Homeowners care about curb appeal, and sometimes a solar system clashes with their aesthetics. To remedy this, there are all-black panels and BIPV solar shingles, but there is still room for visual innovation. Sistine Solar was the first to come out with a camouflaged solution in SolarSkin, which matches the actual look of shingles on the PV panel itself. Now, Sistine is ready to go a step further with SolarSkin Design Studio, an online platform that will let homeowners customize the look and feel of their solar installation.

The Heights

November 16, 2017

​Nestled away in a quiet Somerville side street, Greentown Labs serves not only as a shelter from the premature reminders of the imminent New England winter—inside, young entrepreneurs brainstorm in a haven for Boston’s most promising clean-tech startups, a creative sanctuary far removed from the grasp of corporate rigidity and static business playbooks. Here, an open-plan office space coupled with standing desks and a fully-outfitted prototyping lab facilitates a natural exchange of ideas. Succulents pop out from desk space dividers.

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