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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Lyndon_RiveLyndon Rive - Wikipedia

    Lyndon Rive (born 22 January 1977) is a South African businessman known as the co-founder of SolarCity, and its CEO until 2016. SolarCity is a provider of photovoltaic systems and related services. Rive co-founded SolarCity with his brother Peter in 2006. Rive started his first company at age 17 before leaving his native country ...

    • 22 January 1977 (age 46), Pretoria, South Africa
    • Co-founder and former CEO of SolarCity
  2. Lyndon Rive (Pretória, 22 de janeiro de 1977) é o cofundador da SolarCity e serviu como seu CEO até 2017. SolarCity, uma provedora de serviços de energia limpa que projeta, financia e instala sistemas fotovoltaicos, realiza auditorias de eficiência energética e reforma e constrói estações de carregamento para veículos ...

  3. 21 de out. de 2015 · Lyndon Rive, whose parents were entrepreneurs in the natural-health business, recently recalled watching his mother—Kaye—work from 7 in the morning until 11 o’clock at night, every day. “We...

  4. Lyndon Rive. Leasing solar power. What will it take to get you to install solar panels on your roof? Lyndon Rive, solar’s master salesman, wants to know. Thanks to an innovative leasing...

  5. 20 de abr. de 2012 · In this exclusive interview, SolarCity CEO Lyndon Rive explains how his cousin Elon Musk came up with the idea for the company. "Elon is a phenomenal genius...when he gives you the time, and...

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  6. 10 de jan. de 2016 · SAN JOSE, Calif. — The idea for SolarCity came to Lyndon Rive on a trip with cousin Elon Musk to Burning Man in 2004. “That’s when the light bulb went off,” Rive said. A decade later, SolarCity...

  7. Lyndon Rive is the Co-Founder and CEO of SolarCity. He is a Co-Founded SolarCity in July 2006 with the goal of significantly reducing the cost of solar power and building a trusted national brand adopted by millions of homes. In its first full year of operation, SolarCity became the largest residential solar power provider in California, and by