Every home at Hillside East comes standard with a rooftop solar array as well as in-unit Tesla Powerwall battery storage. The benefits to the homeowner in addition to generating clean, green energy at a fraction of the cost of net metering, is that in the instance of a power outage to the grid, the solar […]
Your home is part of a community that is resilient and powered with clean energy from our local utility GMP. We are currently working with GMP on a resiliency program that will provide solar on every home. This is an added benefit to you, as it means when paired with your Tesla Powerwall batteries – […]
This goal of the program that is being finalized is to provide a cost-effective way to have solar with storage for resiliency. You will have a modest monthly payment for the benefit of this clean energy on your home. We will provide you with all the details before you sign your purchase agreement.
You’re generating solar energy that will help power your home through outages by recharging your Powerwall batteries. This is a tremendously cost-effective way for you to have the comfort, safety, and convenience of staying powered up with clean energy.
Hillside residents may not own their own solar panels; however, all of our new homes feature a resiliency package partnership with Green Mountain Power that includes solar panels. This allows the many benefits of solar power and net metering without the hassle and cost of solar panel ownership.
The resiliency package which includes solar plus storage will be a standard offer included in all homes so installing after will not be necessary.
Installation is warrantied through our trusted solar installation partners and if anything occurs, it will be repaired. Homeowners can contact GMP or our solar installation partners directly if needed.
It is likely that reroofing will coincide with any solar panel replacements. If so, there will be a fee to remove the panels and reinstall when it comes time to re-roof. This cost will be paid by the homeowner for any single family home, and will be budgeted in reserves for any townhomes, where roofing […]