Built to Date
CO2 Displaced per year
Since the dawn of the Industrial Age, the amount of greenhouse gas emissions put into the atmosphere has been increasing dramatically.
As a result, our most sophisticated climate models are all in agreement; our planet will get significantly warmer over the coming years. If left unchanged, our current CO2 emissions are expected to lead to what the U.N has termed “unacceptable and irreversable harm.” Source: IPCC
Since 1975, the cost of solar has dropped roughly 99.75%. This is due in large part to rapidly falling hardware costs (e.g., panels and inverters), as well as more cost-efficient installations.
In response to the dramatic cost reduction that we’ve seen, the solar market has grown more than 23,999,900%. Solar energy is now the cheapest energy option in many regions, even in the absence of government subsidies.
At Wunder we’re focused on realizing our clean energy future. We develop software that empowers solar professionals to build more solar, and we work with financial institutions to deploy hundreds of millions of dollars into new projects.
Importantly, we focus on the commercial and industrial solar market, developing projects for businesses, municipalities, non-profits, and communities that - without Wunder - would have gone unbuilt.
As a reminder, this is how many kilowatts of solar Wunder has developed to date
How many vehicles on the road we displace each year, offsetting their carbon pollution
How many pounds of carbon dioxide we will displace this year (and save the atmosphere from)
How many gallons of gasoline we displace each year, offsetting their carbon pollution
How many pounds of coal burned we displace each year, offsetting their carbon pollution
How many homes’ electricity we displace each year, offsetting their carbon pollution