Electriq Power Holdings Inc. has teamed up with Aveyo. to increase access to affordable solar + storage solutions for homeowners. Aveyo will provide customer acquisition and installation services of Electriq’s solar + battery storage systems for the company’s Sustainable Community Networks (SCN) program, PoweredUp Network.
“This partnership shows Electriq’s continued commitment to grow access to zero-upfront cost, affordable clean energy solutions,” said Frank Magnotti, CEO of Electriq Power. “The markets we serve have traditionally been either underserved or completely ignored. Working with Aveyo allows us to bring a high-touch, experience-driven approach to those markets, delivering the knowledge customers need to feel comfortable signing up and the expertise to provide them with a great installation experience.”
Electriq’s PoweredUp Network offers a turnkey clean energy solution that includes everything needed for home energy independence, including solar panels, solar battery storage, management and monitoring software, installation, and grid services. These systems are available to homeowners in select geographic locations. There are no upfront costs or deposits, credit, income or property lien requirements, making these systems accessible to homeowners of all socio-economic statuses.
“We are delighted to bring our expertise in solar sales and deep knowledge of solar installation to help Electriq grow this program that helps everyone, regardless of means, gain access to clean energy,” said Jeremy Hammond, CEO of Aveyo.
Electriq’s SCN programs have been growing in popularity, largely driven by homeowners increasingly seeking to lower electricity costs and create energy resiliency. The company currently has 18 programs (17 in California and 1 in Connecticut) with plans to grow.
Solar + battery storage systems help protect homeowners against economic uncertainties from inflation, rising fuel prices, and utility rate increases. With these systems, homeowners can reduce electricity costs. Additionally, stored energy in the battery system can be used during peak demand periods when utility rates are high, to lower costs or keep the lights on during a power outage.
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