SAN FRANCISCO | March 30, 2015 — Sunrun and Ambit Energy have partnered to offer affordable home solar to new and existing Ambit customers in California, New Jersey, New York and Massachusetts.

This is Sunrun’s first strategic partnership with a national retail energy provider and signifies the further expansion of the Sunrun partner network.

The companies aim to further expand the adoption of residential solar by connecting Ambit’s customer base of more than 1.2 million people with Sunrun’s innovative solar as a service model and strong track record of customer satisfaction.

“Our partnership with Ambit means consumers now have another way to learn about and purchase home solar – essentially a friends and family network of hundreds of thousands of Ambit sales consultants across the U.S.,” said Matthew Woods, senior vice president, partners at Sunrun. “This presents Sunrun with a unique opportunity to connect with consumers that already have energy top of mind and are looking for a customized energy solution that meets their needs and savings goals.”

Ambit’s selection of Sunrun as a partner of choice validates the company’s quality of service, positive customer satisfaction and focus on delivering the best energy service to consumers.

“Residential solar is a rapidly growing segment of the energy market and one we believe provides great upside potential for our enthusiastic network of sales consultants,” said Chris Chambless, Ambit Energy’s Chief Marketing Officer. “We are excited to partner with Sunrun because they share our goals to provide our customers with outstanding value, great service and an exceptional customer experience.”

Homeowners in California, New Jersey, New York and Massachusetts can sign up for Sunrun solar through Ambit beginning in the second quarter of 2015.

Derick Lila
Derick is a Clark University graduate—and Fulbright alumni with a Master's Degree in Environmental Science, and Policy. He has over a decade of solar industry research, marketing, and content strategy experience.

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