Sunnova to offer solar installations in Nevada once again

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Sunnova Energy Corporation says it will be offering solar installation services in Nevada once again. You may remember the net metering controversy in 2015-’16 that caused a bunch of solar companies to leave the state, with Sunnova being one of them. Then in June 2017, Nevada passed Assembly Bill 405 into law which reinstated net-metering for rooftop solar customers across the state. And now Sunnova is back.

“We are excited to bring our solar services into Nevada and offer consumers the opportunity to power their lives with solar energy,” said William J. (John) Berger, CEO of Sunnova Energy Corporation. “The demand for solar is an unstoppable force and we are thrilled to be a part of Nevada’s clean energy future.”

“On behalf of the state of Nevada, I am happy to be one of the first to say, ‘welcome back’ to Sunnova, the jobs they will help create, and the residential rooftop solar options they will provide consumers,” said Paul Anderson, Executive Director of the Nevada Governor’s Office of Economic Development. “The solar industry is very much a part of the emergence of the new Nevada, and it’s always a positive sign when a company like Sunnova recognizes this and views our market as a growth opportunity.”

By offering various rooftop solar system solutions, Sunnova will give customers in Nevada the opportunity to customize and either own their systems, through Sunnova’s EZ Own plan, or purchase the power generated by the solar system through its EZ Pay PPA or PPA solar plans.

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