By Bogdan Zlatkov, senior content marketing manager, Aurora Solar
One of the challenges of the current economic climate is that solar installers have to do more with less. In the past, a solar sales rep could be responsible solely for door-to-door knocking. Once they secured a lead, they could then set an appointment for the solar designer to visit the home to design the appropriate system.
In today’s solar industry, however, things are moving much faster. In order to compete in today’s market, solar installers need to improve their operational efficiency or they could get left behind by their competition.
Luckily, new tools are rapidly being developed to help both the solar sales rep and the solar designer (who, let’s face it, are sometimes the same person).
In this post we’ll cover three new tools that we’ve developed to help make designing a solar installation faster.