Talking about "Bringing Solar to the Masses"... 


SOLARRSERVER - SolarCity Corp. (San Mateo, California, U.S.) and DIRECTV (Long Beach, California, U.S.), a provider of digital television entertainment services, are teaming up to make affordable solar power even more accessible for homeowners in major cities across the country.

The two companies announced the first-of-its-kind program at DIRECTV’s California Broadcast Center facility on March 11th, 2015 in Long Beach where SolarCity recently installed a one-megawatt solar photovoltaic system.

Under the new service relationship, technicians visiting DIRECTV’s more than 20 million US customers’ homes will be able to offer those homeowners the opportunity to use solar power from SolarCity, making it possible for them to pay less than their current utility rates.

Solar power offers for no upfront cost in every major market where SolarCity currently and henceforth operates

With SolarCity, these customers can take advantage of clean power for no upfront cost and secure predictable monthly costs for years into the future. The opportunity will be offered to DIRECTV customers in every major market where SolarCity currently operates. The companies plan to offer this opportunity to even more customers as SolarCity continues to expand its operations into new markets.


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