Bonterra Solar forms partnership with SunRun for Hawaii PV installations

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Honolulu-based Bonterra Solar enters into a partnership with residential solar installer SunRun. Under the partnership, Bonterra will install solar PV arrays on Hawaii houses at little to no upfront cost to the homeowner, and SunRun will own, insure, monitor, and maintain the systems. 

Honolulu-based Bonterra Solar has entered into a partnership with residential solar installer SunRun, according to a Pacific Business News article. Under the partnership, Bonterra will install solar PV arrays on Hawaii houses at little to no upfront cost to the homeowner, and SunRun will own, insure, monitor, and maintain the systems at no additional cost to the homeowner. 

Bonterra Co-founder and Principal Andrew Yani commented: “Partnering with the national leader in residential solar power is a good move for Bonterra and for the people of Hawaii. It will allow us to offer our customers a range of financing options that will convert their home to solar power with virtually no upfront costs and allow them to lock in their electric bill for 20 years.” 

SunRun, headquartered in San Francisco, has been working in Hawaii since 2010. The company is expected to double its Hawaii workforce in the next year.