Sunrun Expands Footprints to Massachusetts via Brightbox Solar Battery Service

The company’s Brightbox solar battery service provides households with peace of mind in the event of an outage, significant cost savings, and reliable backup electricity without noise or emissions.

Sunrun BrightBox solar energy

San Francisco-based Sunrun Inc is expanding its home solar battery service to Massachusetts.

The company’s Brightbox solar battery service provides households with peace of mind in the event of an outage, significant cost savings, and reliable backup electricity without noise or emissions. With introductory pricing of USD 1,000 upfront, Brightbox will change the way Bay Staters power through the storm.

Massachusetts ranks among the 10 states most heavily impacted by power outages caused by natural disasters.

Commenting on the development, Sunrun, Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder, Lynn Jurich said, “Americans want control over their energy future.”

“Last year, Massachusetts had one of the highest outage rates in the country. Unfortunately, this number is increasing every year. Rooftop solar, together with a home battery, provides both reliable power and significant cost savings. Massachusetts has been a champion of innovative clean energy technologies, and Sunrun is delighted to bring our Brightbox home battery service to the Commonwealth. Brightbox offers Bay Staters a clean, affordable and resilient way to power their homes, even when the grid is down,” Lynn added.

The Brightbox battery stores solar power generated during the day, which can then be utilized during grid power outages. Unlike a generator, Brightbox is recharged regularly by the sun, and consistently offers clean, affordable energy. Backup power paired with proven cost savings makes Brightbox a no-brainer for Massachusetts residents.

“Brightbox illustrates an energy future where Americans are offered cleaner, more resilient, and more affordable power choices,” said Jurich. “Residential solar battery systems are an integral part of the solution to a struggling and aging centralized grid.”

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Manu Tayal

Manu Tayal

Manu is an Associate Editor at Saur Energy International where she writes and edits clean & green energy news, featured articles and interview industry veterans with a special focus on solar, wind and financial segments.

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