With residential solar gaining momentum, especially in California, home builders are focusing on the new Title 24 solar requirements.
Last year, the California Energy Commission (CEC) adopted the first standards in requiring solar systems on all new homes in California. With the newly passed mandate, it is expected that the homebuilding industry will begin seeing an influx in new home solar communities – homes built with solar as a standard, community-wide feature.
We’ve made it our goal to service home builders to implement solar into their new home communities and we take pride in being the Builder’s Solar Company. We partner with home builders to create new home communities powered by the sun, to deliver energy solutions with no upfront cost. With our solar-ready, new home communities we help to build a brighter future, not only for our environment but homeowners alike.
With 20,000+ activated homes in over 10 states, SunStreet currently works with more than a dozen home builders (and counting!) and operates in over 350 new communities across the U.S. With our 6+ years of experience in new home solar, we’ve perfected our process of making solar implementation as simple as possible allowing us to keep construction timelines on schedule. Furthermore, SunStreet was built by home builders for home builders, so your teams can be assured that they are receiving expert knowledge and field support from our dedicated on-site field managers, solar advisors, and activation technicians.
Having a home powered by a SunStreet system allows homeowners to monitor, utilize, and enjoy the benefits of clean, solar energy in their everyday lives, not only to live better but greener. With SunStreet, homebuyers also have the peace of mind knowing that their solar program won’t impact their credit or ability to qualify for a new home.
Be sure to check out our blog, “3 Things You Should Consider When Choosing a Solar Provider” for tips on how to choose a solar provider for your next new home community project.
Satisfy the Title 24 solar requirement when you build with SunStreet - where solar, is standard.