Atlanta's first Smart NeighborhoodTM, a development of Georgia Power and PulteGroup, Inc., is announcing four new project partners, as well as progress on the neighborhood’s construction with the insulation and sheetrock going in over the next few weeks. Delta, ecobee, LG Chem and Vivint are joining PulteGroup’s Altus at the Quarter development, located in Atlanta's Upper West Side.
“We know that today’s customers want more options over how and when they use their energy. That’s why, at Georgia Power, we work to provide innovative energy solutions for our customers through projects like the Smart Neighborhood,” said Pedro Cherry, executive vice president of customer service and operations for Georgia Power. “We’re excited that our newest partners share in that passion for providing customers with smart technology to more efficiently manage their energy needs.”
“At PulteGroup, we’re always working to integrate new technologies that can deliver creative energy solutions for our homeowners,” said Will Cutler, Georgia division president for PulteGroup. “In addition to the superior energy efficiency of each unit, the use of individual rooftop solar installations and in-home battery energy storage are yet another way our partnership with Georgia Power translates into lasting benefits for homeowners and the environment.”
New participating smart home technology partners include:
These partnerships are examples of Georgia Power and PulteGroup's commitment to serving customers through sustainable, energy-efficient solutions. The first 46 townhomes developed at Altus at the Quarter will be a part of the Georgia Power Smart Neighborhood and will feature the Hutton floor plan featuring 2,349-square-foot, four-story townhomes with three to four bedrooms and a two-car garage. The community is located at the intersection of Marietta Blvd. and Bolton Drive. Development is underway with the model grand opening scheduled for summer 2019.