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Suntuity expands residential solar network to cover 25 states

Suntuity Renewables announced its entry into several new residential solar markets. The company has refined its tech stack and partnership agreements to offer solar, storage, EV charging solutions and more in states across the country, including Ohio, Kentucky, Missouri, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, Arizona, Nevada and Minnesota.
According to Suntuity CEO Dan Javan, these states will complement the company’s work in long-time core markets such as New Jersey, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Texas and Florida.
“With a new leadership structure and stable volume commitments from sales partners in these states, we are happy to expand, and in some cases re-enter, those markets,” Javan said.
Suntuity Renewables plans to add Louisiana, Arkansas, Alabama, Mississippi and Montana to its list of new markets before the summer. The company’s expansion into these states will support new channel sales programs and provide additional options for residential customers wanting to adopt renewable energy solutions across the U.S.
Installers can apply to become Suntuity channel partners here.
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