IKEA U.S. is now providing buyer loyalty program members in California the flexibility to buy house photo voltaic options by way of SunPower. In-store and on-line, prospects can study extra concerning the house photo voltaic, after which they will work immediately with SunPower and purchase photo voltaic packages developed particularly for IKEA Household loyalty members.
“To energy extra houses with clear, dependable and inexpensive power, we have to make the method of switching to renewables handy and simple,” stated Peter Faricy, SunPower CEO.
The 4 packages embrace numerous combos of photo voltaic, power storage and electrical car (EV) charging.
Every of the choices embrace a SunPower Equinox Photo voltaic System; entry to the mySunPower app to observe power manufacturing or handle storage use; and SunPower’s Full Confidence Guarantee consisting of a 25-year restricted guarantee for panels, together with protection for energy, product and labor, and a 10-year restricted guarantee for the monitoring system and storage system.
“We’re delighted to hitch the checklist of worldwide IKEA markets that present entry to house photo voltaic and power options, and we’ll proceed to collaborate with our companions to showcase choices which have a constructive impression on individuals and our planet,” stated Javier Quiñones, CEO & Chief Sustainability Officer, IKEA U.S.
IKEA Relations in choose California areas could go to IKEA-USA.com/solar the place they are going to be prompted to signal into their IKEA Household account. They may then be redirected to the SunPower web site and instructed to enter extra data to start out the evaluation course of.
Prospects could go to any of the eight IKEA California shops (Emeryville, East Palo Alto, West Sacramento, Burbank, Carson, Covina, Costa Mesa and San Diego) to get extra data via the house photo voltaic kiosk positioned within the IKEA Sustainability Store.
Along with the choose California areas within the U.S., IKEA makes house photo voltaic and power companies accessible in Australia and 10 markets in Europe together with Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Poland and Portugal.