In a recent article by Solar Daily, they reported that “The United States could reliably meet about 80 percent of its electricity demand with solar and wind power generation, according to scientists at the University of California, Irvine; the California Institute of Technology; and the Carnegie Institution for Science.”
In disaster movies, there’s a specific, recognizable formula. There’s always a brilliant scientist who has predicted a glitch somewhere in the solar system. This glitch will undoubtedly change the world as we know it, causing mass destruction. It’s so easy to see, and yet the scientist spends the entire movie trying to convince his or her fellow citizens of this impending doom and even as the disaster is unfolding, the naysayers are out in full force. Finally, a perky sidekick shows up on the scene, teams up with the brilliant scientist and together, they save the world. Closing shot on the near-fatal devastation, pan up to the sun, inspirational music plays, and peace is restored. Roll credits.
There’s a reason they pan to the sun at the end of a disaster movie – the sun is considered a constant of nature, a sign of good things to come, that no matter what happened the day before, it’s a new day, a new dawn.
At Shape, we believe in giving you all the tools necessary so that disaster never has an opportunity to strike. Shape’s solar specific software will prepare you for the onslaught of business that is heading your way, giving you every advantage to manage new leads and nurture current relationships. Here’s the ray of sunshine that is Shape’s Solar CRM: