Sunnova Energy: 15 Things Potential NOVA Stock Investors Should Know

Sunnova Energy (NYSE:NOVA) stock is on the rise Monday morning despite a lack of news concerning the company.

A banner for Sunnova Energy International (NOVA) hangs on the New York Stock Exchange.
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For investors taking interest in NOVA stock following its rise, here’s a quick look at the company.

  • Sunnova Energy is a solar power company that sells both solar panels and batteries for homes.
  • The batteries that it offers to customers are Tesla’s (NASDAQ:TSLA) Powerwall.
  • It currently operates in 18 states, as well as Guam, Puerto Rico, and the island of Saipan.
  • Sunnova Energy doesn’t sell solar panels or batteries directly.
  • Instead, the company works with dealers that take care of the sale and installation of the solar systems.
  • The company’s market capitalization as of Monday morning was $2.53 billion.
  • Sunnova Energy is still a young company having only been founded in 2012.
  • It’s also still new to public markets with its initial public offering (IPO) only taking place last year.
  • Its headquarters is located in Houston, Texas.
  • Sunnova Energy is also preparing to release its earnings report for the third quarter of 2020.
  • This earnings report will come out after the markets close on Oct. 28.
  • The company is led by founder, chairman, president, and CEO William Berger.
  • Berger has more than 20 years of experience in the electrical power industry.
  • The company’s vice president and CFO is Robert Lane.
  • He joined it in 2019 and has a history of working with electric energy companies.

NOVA stock was up 4% as of Monday morning.

On the date of publication, William White did not have (either directly or indirectly) any positions in the securities mentioned in this article.


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