Berkshire Hathaway’s Intero, a wholly owned subsidiary of HomeServices of America, Inc., has partnered with Sunnova Energy International Inc. to provide Intero clients with easy access to reliable solar and energy storage solutions.
With continued stress on the energy grid and the increased adoption of battery-powered vehicles, residents throughout the Bay Area are actively searching for reliable energy solutions. This new partnership will allow Intero agents to help their current and past clients quickly connect with Sunnova so they can receive the unrivaled service that is synonymous with Sunnova’s brand.
“At Intero, we help our agents extend their client relationship beyond the transaction,” said Scott Chase, Chief Operating Officer of Intero. “Our goal is to provide partnerships that differentiate our agents from the competition and improve the client experience. Our local power grid is old and unreliable and anyone who has lived here long enough has experienced outages. New home owners want lower energy costs, back-up battery power and EV charging. After researching this space, it became crystal clear Sunnova was the obvious choice to help us deliver on these concerns.”
“California is a key market for Sunnova, and we look forward to providing Intero’s clients with a convenient clean energy service that can improve the value of their home and help power their energy independence,” said Michael Grasso, Executive Vice President, Chief Marketing and Growth Officer at Sunnova. “With continued blackouts and brownouts due to wildfires in California, now more than ever before new homeowners need reliable and resilient energy services to live life uninterrupted.”
Sunnova can help Intero clients with the following services:
• Home Solar
• Home Solar + Battery Storage
• Home Solar + EV Charger
• Add-on Battery Storage
• Home Solar Protection
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