Powering Through the Boom in Solar
The Solar Energy Industry Association (SEIA) estimated that “there are now nearly 1.6 million solar installations in the U.S. After reaching 1 million in 2016, 2 million should be hit in 2018 and 4 million by 2022.”
In the last decade alone, the solar industry has experienced an average annual growth rate of 68%.
That’s not a growth spurt – that’s a growth boom. Shape’s comprehensive, intuitive, cloud software is specifically built for the solar industry, giving you real-time results for increased productivity with the ability to deliver faster, more accurate proposals, leading to your share of those 4 million installations.
How will you power through the boom?
Warning – tricky math question ahead…
Out of 4 million, how many leads does your solar business intend to capture, nurture, and convert into installations?
There’s no need for algebra to answer this question. We have the answer: as many as you can.
Shape’s comprehensive, intuitive, cloud software is specifically built for the solar industry, giving you real-time results for increased productivity with the ability to deliver faster, more accurate proposals, leading to your share of those 4 million installations.
Here’s a sample of the power of using Shape CRM for Solar:
Manage unlimited leads quickly and efficiently, from one platform
Calculate savings values for clients and include projections into quotes at order stage
Deliver accurate, cost-saving proposals quickly through Shape’s Solar Quoter
Grow your business with solar-specific features and marketing tools
Integrate with Google Earth for estimation accuracy and system sizing
Increase productivity and automate time-consuming admin tasks
Send and receive contracts with Shape’s built-in eSignature Solutions
Simply…CLAIM YOUR SHARE OF SOLAR SALES
The SEIA on the U.S. Solar PV Growth Forecast:
“After rapidly completing a record buildout in 2016 and 2017, developers will be looking to procure new projects with completion targets moving into the next decade. By 2021 there will be over 100 GW of solar installed in the U.S., with annual totals nearing 15 GW by 2022.”