Q&A - EagleView Announces SolarReady
Tell us about your product and what you feel sets it apart from similar products.
EagleView's SolarReady™ is a solution designed to help solar contractors better identify and acquire viable residential properties for potential solar installations. The solution helps installers create proposals that include detailed visualizations and PV system production modeling that help educate homeowner prospects. This cutting-edge product reshapes the solar industry by providing a comprehensive answer to the question, "Is this home suitable for solar?" In addition to helping quickly qualify potential solar projects, this solution also provides estimated electrical production and system efficiency which helps inform project value and determine return on investment. It also uses the latest in Generative AI to automate drawing inferences within imagery.
Tell us about the R&D behind this product. Who is this product designed for? What problem is it solving?
As the demand for residential solar energy solutions continues to rise, one of the most pressing challenges facing homeowners, solar providers, and industry professionals is the suitability of solar installations for specific properties. EagleView's SolarReady™ addresses this challenge by offering a powerful API-driven capability that quickly quantifies solar potential.
How is your company set up to support the users of your products.
Customer service is a core part of Eagleview's commitment to the industry. All customers are provided with customer support information and sales reps who assist in the process.
What feedback have you received from the field? Can you share a use case and the results?
The feedback from the market has been extremely positive. Customers immediately recognized how powerful the data and intelligence from SolarReady™ is and how it can transform their business processes.
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