Enact Home app adds ‘percent paid off’ calculation for solar, storage owners

Enact Systems

Enact Systems launched an updated Enact Home app to provide both residential and commercial solar panel and storage owners with independent analysis and personalized insights to optimize their solar experience and return on investment.

The app can be used with both existing solar panels and new systems installed by Enact. For systems designed on the Enact Design tool that maximize self consumption (reduce grid imports by discharging battery), the Enact Home app can track such daily and monthly savings, improving overall transparency.

What’s new? Solar and storage homeowners can view their solar generation and monthly savings in an intuitive platform. Solar battery owners can also use Enact Home to view the charging status of their batteries, giving much-needed assurance and confidence in charging levels.

Enact Home alerts users if their system goes offline and will alert an installer if the system has been inactive for over 72 hours.

Enact Home helps measure “percentage paid off” to truly track system return on investment via utility savings. Enact Home users will better understand the financial and environmental benefits of their solar systems, and have greater confidence in meeting their financial and sustainability goals. These metrics are sent via monthly reports and ensure solar homeowners are receiving what they were promised upon signing the initial contract

“Ultimately, our users will benefit from improved solar performance and service, resulting in greater environmental and financial benefits,” says CEO and Co-founder Deep Chakraborty.

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