Project Sunroof Launch Project

Project Sunroof uses Google Maps to figure out how much sun your roof gets, then tells you how much you could save by switching to solar energy. With Google Creative Lab, I worked on the story, voice, name, and brand of Project Sunroof, and wrote this snazzy launch video.

Selected press:

Washington Post: How much could solar panels save you? Google wants to help you figure that out.

NBC News: Google Launches ‘Project Sunroof‘ to Encourage Solar Power

Slate: Should You Install Solar Panels on Your Roof? Let Google Help You Decide.

Forbes: Google Launches ‘Project Sunroof‘ To Put Solar Panels On Top Of Everything…Eventually

Fortune: Google will now help you get solar on your roof

Vox: Are solar panels right for you? Google’s new mapping tool can help you decide.

Quartz: Google wants to expand rooftop solar by measuring your house from space

Wired: How Much Can You Save With Solar Panels? Just Ask Google

Christian Science Monitor: Project Sunroof: How it could help you save with solar power

Washington Post (expanded): Now Google can tell you whether it’s a good idea to put solar panels

Time: Google Can Now Tell You How Much You’d Save Going Solar

The Atlantic (CityLab): Google Wants to Help You Install Solar Rooftop Panels

Huffington Post: Google Wants To Help More Homes Switch To Solar Energy

Forbes: Google’s Project Sunroof: Change The World And Make A Ton Of Cash

Vice: Google Announces ‘Project Sunroof’ to Encourage People to Install Solar Panels

The Independent (UK): Google’s Project Sunroof can tell you how much money you would.