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Five days and 320 miles later, Enphase’s Oz Robledo and the other 2013 California Climate Riders completed their challenge of raising money and awareness for environmental advocacy. Through the sweat and fatigue, through the winding roads of the redwoods to the open skies of the Pacific, the desire for cleaner living kept these cyclists pedaling even on the most tiring of days.

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After taking in the breathtaking views of Northern California's redwoods and surviving a strenuous 16 degree incline, the dedicated participants of the Climate Ride finished Day 3 having ridden a total of 170 miles.

If the riders hadn’t yet felt the physical and mental exhaustion of the ride, the gusty winds of Day 4 proved to be one of the toughest challenges so far, slowing down even the best of riders. And while the finish line was growing closer by the day, the riders focused on staying motivated until the end.

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The Pacific Ocean’s dark blue horizon greeted riders on Day 2 of the Climate Ride as they continued making their way down the coastline. Enduring more than 60 miles one day prior, these cyclists showed no hesitation getting back on the bike.

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The unmistakable sound of tires treading over the Eureka start line signified the beginning of a life-changing journey for over 150 eager and dedicated cyclists, including Oz Robledo of Enphase Energy. Early yesterday, amidst tall redwood trees and the morning sunlight, the first leg of the historic Climate Ride sent these riders 60-plus miles down California’s gorgeous coastline.

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Pairing up with 26 collegiate members of Team USC and their faculty advisors, Enphase Energy prepares for the 2013 Department of Energy Solar Decathlon. Enphase has donated the Enphase Microinverter System to Team USC and is eager to join a global event that brings clean energy technology to the next generation of architects and engineers.

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The streets of Santa Rosa filled with crowds from all over on May 11th as the Human Race of Sonoma County brought together both runners and walkers during the day’s morning hours. Team Enphase was spotted among the crowd, adorned in athletic gear featuring our beloved Enphase [e].

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Four weeks ago, we announced Oz Robledo’s participation in this year’s Climate Ride and word of Oz’s impending bike ride circulated inside and outside Enphase. Since then, his training has rapidly accelerated, and his fundraising campaign has skyrocketed.

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Solar and energy industries’ leading executive women gathered on a gorgeous morning in San Francisco for a day of community giving. GRID Alternatives’ event, Executive Women’s Build, highlighted and honored the many successful women in this field.

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Homeowners across the country have been switching to solar in an effort to lower utility costs, and Kenneth Hallwachs is no exception. Having lived in the same house for several years, Kenneth was constantly looking for new ways to improve his home. Since solar first came around, Kenneth knew it was something he wanted for his home, but he felt it was always too expensive to buy.

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