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Average residential solar system now under $3 per Watt on EnergySage

Average residential solar system now under $3 per Watt on EnergySage

April 22, 2020 at 1:19 pm Comments are Disabled

EnergySage released its tenth semiannual Solar Marketplace Intel Report, which is based on millions of transaction-level data points generated within the EnergySage Solar Marketplace throughout 2019. This report tracks the evolving pricing, equipment, and consumer preference trends shaping today’s U.S. residential solar industry, and serves as a leading indicator ofRead More

Solar PV Design Software and Sales Tool Buyer’s Guide

Solar PV Design Software and Sales Tool Buyer’s Guide

April 6, 2020 at 2:41 pm Comments are Disabled

The coronavirus crisis is having a huge impact on solar installation business and project timelines. It’s also served to highlight areas in the solar PV sales proposal, permitting and design process that many solar companies could improve or streamline, via remote site assessment, shade analysis, system design software and integratedRead More

Solar installer confidence continues to grow (along with soft costs) in latest Solar Installer Survey

Solar installer confidence continues to grow (along with soft costs) in latest Solar Installer Survey

March 3, 2020 at 11:03 am Comments are Disabled

The fifth annual Solar Installer Survey from EnergySage, in partnership with the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP), shows a solar industry still on the rise. Despite market and policy uncertainty, the percentage of nationwide installers expressing growing confidence in the industry doubled from 2016 to 2019 (among 770Read More

EnergySage launches Buyer’s Guide for solar shoppers to easily compare PV panels, inverters, batteries

EnergySage launches Buyer’s Guide for solar shoppers to easily compare PV panels, inverters, batteries

July 11, 2019 at 3:40 pm Comments are Disabled

EnergySage debuted a new Buyer’s Guide this week. The goal is to equip consumers and the industry with easily sort and filter info on solar equipment (panels, inverters, batteries) and compare them based on quality ratings, aesthetics, performance and pricing. EnergySage homes to establish the industry standard for how peopleRead More

Solar Marketplace Report shows the power of one ITC and the weakness of another

Solar Marketplace Report shows the power of one ITC and the weakness of another

April 8, 2019 at 10:53 am Comments are Disabled

The semiannual Solar Marketplace Intel Report from EnergySage shows that solar system costs continue to fall, despite the Trump tariffs, which so far, have not even produced more domestic module procurement. Here are four takeaways from this latest report, which is based on millions of transaction-level data points generated withinRead More

Countdown to California 2020 part II: Constructing a new solar pathway

Countdown to California 2020 part II: Constructing a new solar pathway

March 27, 2019 at 7:51 am Comments are Disabled

We wrapped our arms around California’s new Building Energy Efficiency standards in Installment I of the Countdown to 2020. In this installment, we take a closer look at how these 80,000 annual additions to the solar pipeline (based on historical averages) will more broadly impact the California solar market. RegulationsRead More

Five takeaways from the Solar Installer Survey from EnergySage, NABCEP

Five takeaways from the Solar Installer Survey from EnergySage, NABCEP

February 19, 2019 at 1:42 pm Comments are Disabled

Results of the fourth annual Solar Installer Survey from EnergySage and NABCEP are now available. Here are the five takeaways that most stood out to us from the responses of 870 residential and commercial installers across the country. ● Consumers demand Tesla as storage installations rise: According to installers, moreRead More

Residential solar costs went up nearly $1,000 on average thanks to the Trump tariff

Residential solar costs went up nearly $1,000 on average thanks to the Trump tariff

October 1, 2018 at 3:02 pm Comments are Disabled

Immediately following the U.S. International Trade Commission’s finding of injury to American solar panel manufacturers in late September 2017, EnergySage saw the cost of residential solar spike on its marketplace. Though prices have since restarted their decline, they are decreasing at a slower rate than before. The result is thatRead More

Residential solar buying trends: Quality matters, storage interest increases

Residential solar buying trends: Quality matters, storage interest increases

April 9, 2018 at 11:18 am Comments are Disabled

At Bloomberg’s Future of Energy Summit in New York, EnergySage released its latest semiannual Solar Marketplace Intel Report. EnergySage’s report is based on millions of transaction-level data points generated within its Solar Marketplace, and serves as one of the country’s foremost leading indicators of the future of residential solar shopping.Read More

Install of new Quick Mount PV QRail rooftop racking system.

Strength in numbers: How solar installers can build business through third-party programs

March 26, 2018 at 1:02 pm Comments are Disabled

As the story goes, solar system costs came down, which drove up demand. But this story is a bit too simplistic because the price drop and demand rise allowed the solar market to mature. In those years where module, mounting and inverter manufacturers drove down costs, quality increased, better salesRead More