Panasonic expand the ranks of its Residential Installer Program, adding two new Elite and two new Premium level solar installers this week. Homeowners who purchase from a member of the Panasonic Solar Residential Installer Program can take advantage of the Panasonic AllGuard and TripleGuard warranties, which cover Panasonic solar panel systems for performance, product, parts, and labor for 25 years.
- Green Power Energy, Annandale, N.J.
- Capital Remodel & Design Inc (DBA) Five Star Solar, Elk Grove, Calif.
As Elite Installers, Capital Remodel & Design Inc (DBA) Five Star Solar in Elk Grove and Green Power Energy in Annandale will gain all the benefits of Premium Installer level as well as first access to new products and rebates, preferred access to product availability and premier pricing.
The newly promoted Premium installers, Celestial Solar Innovations and FirstPV (DBA) Solar Union, in Frederick and San Francisco respectively, will now enjoy the benefits of Panasonic’s Premium Installer tier, including exclusive access to qualified sales leads, a library of cooperative marketing assets, training programs and a robust Installer Portal.
“The solar industry continues to heat up across the country, and as a result will only become more competitive,” said David Lopez, National Sales Manager, Panasonic Life Solutions Company of America. “We are proud to equip members of the Panasonic Solar Residential Installer Program with benefits and tools they need in increasingly crowded markets.”
Since its introduction in 2016, the Panasonic Solar Residential Installer Program has been providing exclusive benefits and business opportunities to Authorized, Premium and Elite tiers of installers who meet certain qualifications and maintain Panasonic’s standards.
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