Sunnova, Amica teaming up to offer solar + storage + insurance


Sunnova Energy International is teaming up with Amica Insurance, an auto, home and life insurance company. Sunnova and Amica will work together to provide a combined solution of clean energy and insurance to homeowners across the U.S.

“Through this partnership with Sunnova, our customers and employees across the country now have access to innovative and reliable solar energy services like solar, battery storage, energy control and other hardware, and software technologies that will help them cut energy costs and reduce their carbon footprints,” said Yiguang Qiu, Senior Assistant Vice President, Marketing & Communications, Amica.

Sunnova and Amica will work together to offer energy services to Amica’s customers, including the Sunnova Adaptive Home, which integrates solar, battery storage, energy control and other hardware and software technologies, for the full electrification of the home.

The Sunnova Adaptive Home is not only able to produce and store energy, it also “adapts” by optimizing energy sources and consumption predictively, in real time.

“In this time of rapidly rising utility rates, our EaaS solutions offer homeowners the chance to access affordable, clean, and renewable energy,” said Michael Grasso, Chief Revenue Officer at Sunnova. “By teaming up with Amica Insurance and their loyal customer base we are excited to extend our reach to more customers and offer them an energy service that is affordable, reliable, and environmentally friendly. Through this collaboration, homeowners will gain access to innovative energy solutions, insurance products, and services that will enhance their lives and contribute to a more sustainable future.”

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