Geostellar closes $7 million in funding to expand its independent solar installer program

Geostellar is making moves, and solar installers should be watching. The online solar energy platform just closed $7 million in financing led by Matador Capital Partners of Dallas, a round that also included participation from Select Venture Partners, Panacea Capital, Valentis Capital and an array of angel investors and family offices. The funding will be used in part to expand Solar Family, a national program to recruit, train and support independent Solar Professionals.

Geostellar solar power software“Geostellar’s low-cost business model provides a significant competitive advantage in the solar energy industry,” said Wicky el-Effendi, managing partner of Matador. “We’re excited about the company’s trajectory of rapid, sustainable growth.”

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This evening, Geostellar will kick off its search for the first Solar Tycoon, the top level in the Solar Family compensation plan. As sponsors of the event, executives from the team such as John Greer, managing partner at Matador, will share advice with attendees interested in building their own businesses as independent solar entrepreneurs on the Geostellar platform.

“We are thrilled to partner with Matador to take Geostellar to the next level,” said David Levine, CEO of Geostellar. “Matador brings deep experience in both technology platforms and traditional energy markets and validates our plan to disrupt the industry by providing low-cost electricity and harnessing the entrepreneurial spirit.”

 

— Solar Builder magazine

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