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Hyundai partners with Electrum to provide “seamless transition to sustainable living”

“We’ve built a world-class experience [...]”

November 23, 2022  By Anthony Capkun



November 23, 2022 – Automaker Hyundai is bringing solar, energy storage and electric vehicle charging through Hyundai Home.

Hyundai has partnered with Electrum to develop a one-stop online marketplace—currently only available in 16 U.S. states—to connect homeowners with solar panels, energy storage systems, EV chargers and local installers.

“Last year, we introduced Hyundai Home as a proof-of-concept at the Los Angeles Auto Show, and the response was outstanding,” said Olabisi Boyle, Hyundai Motor North America. “Hyundai Home is now live and is ready to help customers make a seamless transition to sustainable living.”

Inside the Hyundai Home Marketplace, customers can purchase their home charger, learn about home solar and energy storage, and access their own dedicated energy advisor. These advisors help guide customers through the purchase process, answer questions about suitable energy system options, and help determine the right system for customers’ home energy needs.

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The marketplace presents customers with three installation bids per project, sourced from Electrum’s network of electricians. Customers can then review the proposals, consult with their advisor and, ultimately, make their selection. Hyundai and the Electrum energy advisor will provide customer service throughout the ownership experience.

“We’re honored to partner with Hyundai, a leader in smart mobility, to help consumers seamlessly adopt clean and resilient home energy solutions, enabling them to choose how they power their homes and electric vehicles,” said Max Aram, Electrum’s CEO. “We’ve built a world-class experience for consumers and can’t wait to see their excitement when they realize how easy we’ve made their clean energy transition.”


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