Santa Goes Solar

04.22.2022
Economy

Bridgeport-based energy and home services company Santa Energy has launched a new residential solar energy division. 

The new division complements the commercial solar business Santa launched last year.

Santa Energy also announced they will be installing solar panels on their buildings and terminals in the coming months.

General manager Stephen Santa said the new division is a critical component of the company’s commitment to providing renewable resources to the areas they serve.

“Adding solar to your home can help cut back on energy use which is still primarily supported by power plants burning utility gas, Santa said. 

“People can lower their bills and reduce their carbon emissions while reducing the strain on our aging electric grid.” 

Santa Solar will provide technology to monitor solar array performance from a smartphone or computer. 

It also offers a backup battery option to connect to the solar array and home electrical system. This option is designed to kick in when the power goes out.

In addition to powering homes, this new service allows the ability to charge an electric vehicle right from a garage.

Santa Solar is currently available in Fairfield and New Haven counties.

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