Sunnova expands solar and battery storage business to three more states in eastern U.S.

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Sunnova Energy International Inc. is on the move again, expanding its solar plus battery storage service offerings in Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Connecticut. This means the Sunnova SunSafe solar plus battery storage service and +SunSafe add-on battery service is available in 19 U.S. states and territories.

Across America, power outages are becoming an increasingly common feature of everyday life. Between 2008 and 2017, Pennsylvania ranked as one of the top six states with the most power outages in the U.S., averaging 1,256 outages. Both Rhode Island and Connecticut experienced average power outage lengths surpassing 75 minutes between 2008 and 2017.

During a power outage, solar plus battery storage can power customers’ essential appliances – keeping everyday life running, without disruption. Unlike a solar-only system, Sunnova SunSafe produces solar energy during the day and sends excess energy to the rechargeable battery for use at night, or anytime it’s needed.

Sunnova SunSafe customers can rest assured knowing their home solar plus battery systems are covered by Sunnova Protect featuring worry-free, hassle-free maintenance, monitoring, repairs, and replacements. In addition, Sunnova’s +SunSafe customers’ battery is covered by a manufacturer’s warranty and Sunnova will coordinate all maintenance and repairs, as well as cover any costs for the repair or replacement of covered parts to ensure their experience is hassle-free.

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