Solar customers can easily share their utility data with this new Urjanet program

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Wider, transparent access to utility data will be crucial for growing the solar industry, and Urjanet, already a leader in utility data aggregation, is making things even easier for solar installers with its new Urjanet Solar Quickstart program.

This suite of web-based tools streamline the link between customer utility accounts and on-demand access to residential and commercial electricity usage, cost and demand from nearly 1,000 electric utilities across 26 countries. With this powerful new toolkit, solar providers can personalize and streamline their customer experience, accelerating solar sales and scaling their business growth.

“The solar customer acquisition process is time-consuming and expensive,” says Sanjoy Malik, CEO of Urjanet. “By automating and streamlining a crucial part of the process, Urjanet can save time and money for both installers and consumers.”

What’s new here?

Customers want and expect products personalized to their needs — and they’re willing to share their information to get it. Urjanet’s Solar Quickstart program was developed with this in mind. Residential and commercial buyers can easily and securely share their utility bill history with solar providers to ensure accurate solar installation pricing and design based on their individual energy use and cost information. The Solar Quickstart program introduces two new tools:

• Urjanet Connect: a plug-and-play UI toolkit enabling solar buyers to link their utility accounts directly from the utility to the solar provider – fully automated and secure, no paper or manual processes required.

• Urjanet Console: an intuitive web portal for solar providers to monitor and access data in real time, with utility data available for instant viewing, CSV export, or PDF download.

“Urjanet is bringing a manual and cumbersome process into the 21st century. We expect this solution to transform how we engage with our customers as we aim to provide them with the best possible experience,” says George Mori, President and Co-Founder of SolAmerica.

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