Sunnova Energy International Inc. started offering services to the District of Columbia last week. Homeowners in D.C. will now have access to all of Sunnova’s loan products, including the flagship solar-only system, Sunnova SunSafe solar + battery storage service, and +SunSafe add-on battery service. Additionally, for homeowners that are looking to go solar but require a new roof, Sunnova will coordinate roof replacement service by a licensed contractor.
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“Washington D.C. has the most ambitious renewable energy goal in the country, and we are looking forward to helping the state realize this goal while providing a better energy service at a better price,” said William J. (John) Berger, Chief Executive Officer of Sunnova.
Residential electricity prices have risen steadily year after year, in Washington D.C., the average rate increased 63% since 2002. Plus, from 2008-2017, power outages in D.C. affected over 2.5 million people.
“Our expansion into the D.C. market is coming at a pivotal time. As the new administration settles in and takes steps towards increasing renewable energy deployment, Sunnova will be dedicated to supporting D.C. homeowners gain access to some of the most affordable, integrated energy solutions out there,” said Michael Grasso, Chief Marketing Officer of Sunnova.
With Sunnova, customers can lock in one low rate and always know what they are paying for. Sunnova SunSafe and Sunnova +SunSafe also provide protection from peak utility rates to optimize homeowner savings and maximize net metering credit.
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