This year, Panasonic Solar Group has promoted 42 installers across the country to premium status, enabling more residential homeowners access to the Panasonic Solar Modules HIT portfolio. Launched in the United States in 2016, the Panasonic Solar Premium Installer program provides value-added benefits and business opportunities to partners who meet Panasonic’s high standard of excellence. The program has seen impressive growth in the last two years, now with 42 Premium installers and more than 150 Authorized Installers.
Panasonic’s Western, Eastern, and Central territories today welcome six new Premium installers:
- Elevation Solar: Gilbert, Arizona
- Hot Purple Energy: Palm Springs, California
- Infinity Solar: Orange, California
- RA Solar: San Francisco, California
- Same Sun: Rutland, Vermont
- Solar Works: Albuquerque, New Mexico
“As consumer demand for renewable energy solutions increases across the country, installers are tasked with providing efficient and cost-effective solar panels to the homeowner,” said Mukesh Sethi, General Manager, Solar & Storage Division, Panasonic Solar Group “By extending our Premium Installers networks in the Central, Eastern and Western regions, we can reach more homeowners with energy needs.”
The Panasonic Solar Installer program is comprised of “Authorized” and “Premium” installers, and Premium installers are involved in ongoing efforts with Panasonic to promote the HIT brand. These installers receive leads generated from Panasonic’s website as well as the new educational blog “Green Living”. In addition, Premium installers are the beneficiaries of cooperative marketing funds provided by Panasonic and are also granted access to Panasonic’s robust Installer Portal that offers additional benefits such as a library of tailored marketing materials and training programs designed to help installers enhance communication with consumers, and ultimately grow their businesses.
“By expanding our network of committed installers, we are furthering our mission to assist potential and existing customers in their decisions to ‘go solar’,” said Yessica Castillo, National Marketing Manager, Solar & Storage Division, Panasonic Solar Group.
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