Case Study: Delivering a better customer experience with EagleView

Lengthy project timelines, dealing with mistakes in plan design and keeping customers satisfied are all problems that can make it difficult to scale. Unfortunately, the process used by most solar companies will lead to all of the above.

Keep Closing Deals With Contact-Free Selling

Covid-19 has presented home improvement contractors with unprecedented challenges. Given the importance of social distancing for safety and public health, many homeowners have been postponing or canceling in-person meetings.

Calculating Battery Backup & Storage in Residential Solar

Using software for PV system design will reduce time spent and costs for each project. What sets Aurora apart from other software tools are our accuracy, pioneering technology, experience, and our awesome customer success team.

Reducing Renewable Energy Installation Risks

Renewable energy is rapidly emerging as an attractive choice for businesses and households alike. Any installation project poses potential safety risks. The goal is to minimize them to keep employees well-protected.

Installation Speed: the Murky Cost Creep of Commercial Solar

Industry suppliers tend to throw around a lot of different labor metrics. What do they actually mean? How do variations in modules-per-day or modules-per-hour impact your bottom line? And-a primary concern-will a given supplier stand behind their claims?

How Digital Marketing Can Grow Your Solar Business

Any solar business who wants to stand out from their competition will have to embrace digital marketing as it is a powerful tool to use to connect with customers.

Using Aerial Imagery for Roof Measurements and Shading Analysis

Compared to the average cost of just one site visit and one change order - which, conservatively, can total $500 or more - an EagleView Inform™ report returns more than five times the investment in cost savings for a project.

Tesla slashes prices on home solar systems to spur sales

Effective on Thursday, price quotes for potential solar customers will be between $3,000 and $5,000 lower, representing savings of about 15 to 25 percent.

EnergySage and NABCEP Release Findings of 2017 Solar Installer Survey; Report Shows Battery Demand is Surging, Trump's Tariff May Get Absorbed by Installers

Solar installation professionals report one in three solar shoppers are also interested in home energy storage, while two-thirds of installers plan to absorb some or all of the solar tariff's added cost

World's largest building integrated 'organic' solar power installation completed

John Fitzgerald Weaver for Electrek: The ultra-environmentalist solar installation is seemingly 7-8% efficient, weighs 1/10th the weight of a standard solar panel and is held to the roof via an adhesive sticker on the backside of the panel.

Interview with Jason Slattery, Director of Solar at GEM Energy

Most of our customers see annual savings a 20% or more. Additionally, many of them also select a third-party-financing option, allowing them to not use any of their own money to develop and build the solar array.

Solar as a Service Providers Should Focus on Unlocking Value Otherwise Unavailable to Customers, According to Navigant Research

To survive, solar leasing providers could transform into virtual power plant providers and benefit from new revenue streams, report finds

EnergySage Releases Findings of 2016 Solar Installer Survey

EnergySage released today the results of its second annual Solar Installer Survey, the largest and most comprehensive business climate survey of solar companies nationwide. The report captures key observations of local, regional and national solar installers in both residential and commercial markets. More than 360 experienced solar installers across the United States responded to the survey, which was fielded and authored by EnergySage in partnership with pv magazine. Among the central findings, over half of solar companies surveyed (53%) report that their largest obstacle in closing sales is the confusion created by their competitors and its impact on consumer confidence overall. Similarly, the survey reflects an increasing trend noted in last year's report: customer acquisition has become more challenging due to increased competition and consumers reviewing more quotes before buying. However, the study also reveals that installer confidence levels have increased nationwide in the last year. Full Press Release:

altE Announces its 2017 Annual Solar Installer Conference in the Northeast

altE's 6th Annual Solar Conference is Feb 7-9, 2017 in Boxborough, MA - Technical Workshops, Latest Solar Gear, Solar Manufacturers & 2017 NEC Solar Updates

Integrated Energy Systems

Opportunities for solar installers to offer storage as an integral part of their solutions are opening up everywhere, from mitigating the impact of power outages, the increase in distributed renewable generation at times of low use, the rising costs of base and peak power and the trend of some states to reduce or eliminate net metering programs.

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