Alabama Power Launches Smart Neighborhood Builder Program

| November 8, 2018 @ 5:00 am

By Katie Bolton

Building off the success of its first Smart Neighborhood, Alabama Power has developed a homebuilding program to partner with homebuilders on smart neighborhoods across the state.

Smart Neighborhood Builder Program promotes energy efficiency through collaboration with homebuilders to build energy-efficient homes that feature advanced energy products and home automation. These future-focused communities are designed to make customers’ lives more comfortable, convenient and connected through features that can be managed by smart devices and voice activation.

“We continuously strive to provide innovative energy solutions to improve the quality of life for our customers,” said Greg Barker, Alabama Power executive vice president for customer services. “With Smart Neighborhood Homebuilder, we expect to see the future of homebuilding become a reality in our state through industry-leading partnerships and the program’s growth.”

Three homebuilders across Alabama have committed to the program: Holland Homes and Harris Doyle Homes with plans for neighborhoods located in Auburn, and Curtis White Companies with a neighborhood planned for Leeds. Construction on the three communities will start in 2019.

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