Wednesday, August 10, 2022

Dominion Energy Makes Solar An Easier, More Affordable Option

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BrightSuite, Inc., a Dominion Energy company, recently launched a rooftop solar program for residential customers throughout Virginia. Homeowners can sign up with BrightSuite to learn if their home is a good fit for solar, and, if so, how much they can save on energy costs. BrightSuite also provides solar solutions for commercial and industrial customers.

“Many Virginia homeowners are interested in solar for their home, and there are many complexities,” said Joe Woomer, Dominion Energy vice president of new business and customer solutions. “BrightSuite is the trusted partner to help you navigate those complexities and make the most informed decision. By combining Dominion Energy’s operational expertise with our Virginia-based partner network, BrightSuite is the trusted service provider to deliver the right solution for your home.”

According to a press release from Dominion Energy, not all homes are a good fit for solar. This program provides homeowners with an honest and accurate appraisal of their project’s feasibility and energy cost impacts to help them make the most informed decision. For those the program will benefit, homeowners will get the best-in-class equipment, installation, warranties, and pricing. Financing is also available to make it easy to switch to solar.

For more information or to get a free solar quote, visit

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