Our Environmental Strategies Group talks to businesses that regardless of their size are making a big impact. In the first of this series we speak to John Berger, CEO of Sunnova Energy International, a technology-agnostic leading residential solar and energy storage service provider. With customers across the US and its territories, the company offers solutions for financing, installation and servicing of US residential solar rooftop systems.
Watch Ulrik Fugmann and Edward Lees, Co-Heads and Senior PMs of our Environmental Strategies Group talk to John to hear about the perspectives of US residential solar, the impact they deliver within their field and why they believe that the power system of all countries will look more like the Internet.
To learn more about the present and future of the solar market and the exciting things businesses are doing to deliver impact, listen to the podcast featuring the full interview with John Berger. Alternatively read Solar: powering energy independence.
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