Energywell debuts community solar services
Energy technology company Energywell has launched its community solar business, offering customer origination and revenue management services to community solar developers and asset owners in the United States.
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Through its Shift Community Solar and SolarStreet brands, Energywell will offer community solar products integrated with and alongside its renewable electricity products, which will be available in the Fall of 2022.
Energywell says its competitive advantage versus other players in the community solar customer origination and revenue management industry is its Proton technology platform. Proton is a sleek digital experience for customers with features built to service community solar developers and asset owners.
“The community solar market is set to experience rapid growth in the coming years as the U.S. Department of Energy announced a new National Community Solar Partnership target to power the equivalent of five million households by 2025,” said Michael Fallquist, Director & Co-Chief Executive Officer of Energywell. “We view our entry into the community solar market as aligned with our mission to be a catalyst for the sustainable energy transition.”
Energywell has hired Stephen Condon, a solar industry veteran with more than 14 years of experience, to grow its community solar business. Condon has a substantial track record in the community solar industry with over 250MW of community energy assets contracted across 7 states.
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