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Solar Means Business: The Top 10 Brands that have #gonesolar!

The most iconic brands in the U.S. are recognizing that installing solar gives them a competitive edge in today's market. Check out the top 10 businesses that have #GoneSolar in the infographic below.

Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) and Vote Solar's Solar Means Business report ranks the top brands in the U.S. based on their installation of solar power at their warehouses, stores and facilities. The companies included in this report have solar installations across 30 states and Puerto Rico. More than one out of every three Americans – 117 million people – live within 20 miles of at least one of those 1,000 installations.

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