Cool COVID-19 response: Suntuity Solar offers fleet, call center services to organizations in need

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Suntuity Solar, the residential solar division of the Suntuity Group of companies with its U.S. headquarters in New Jersey, launched a new initiative in response to the COVID-19 pandemic that offers services and support to organizations affected in the local communities across New Jersey, Maryland and Florida.

The Suntuity Pledge” offers fleet, logistics and call center services to support community organizations that need it most, whether it be meal delivery for children to groceries, medical kits or other logistics support during this time of uncertainty.

“Our mantra has always been People, Planet, Profit,” said Dan Javan, CEO of the Suntuity Group of companies. “We are here to help the communities we service in any way we can. Offering our resources during a time of need is who we are both as individuals and as an organization. The COVID-19 event has the ability to bring out the best in people and we need to come together as one big community to come out of this event with the level of seriousness it deserves. This is a call to action to all organizations to be selfless and be part of a movement that is bigger than themselves across the nation.”

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While the company has currently allocated its support to certain counties throughout New Jersey, Maryland, and Florida based on its proximity to the most affected areas, Suntuity Solar is also offering subsidized solar electric and storage payments to all qualified customers in every state they service. This also applies to Suntuity’s “Solar Storage Program” which was launched to enable qualified customers to have energy autonomy using battery storage technologies.

These programs are meant to provide homeowners with additional financial support and peace of mind from the time their site assessments are completed until the commencement of their system installations. In most cases, new customers can sign up from the comfort of their homes without having to have a Suntuity representative physically visit them.

— Solar Builder magazine


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