in partnership with Aurora Solar
As a new market emerges due to the growing demand for solar on new buildings, contractors and installers need new design and sales processes to effectively serve this sector. This webinar, in partnership with Aurora Solar, will showcase how contractors can overcome the challenges of designing PV systems for new residential and commercial buildings.
Policy changes across the United States are driving demand for solar on new construction. California’s Title 24, which mandates solar installations on all new homes starting in 2020, is expected to increase solar demand in the state by more than 800 MW from 2020-2023, according to market analytics firm Wood Mackenzie. Beyond California, cities from Arizona to Massachusetts are taking similar steps.
This exciting opportunity for the solar industry also presents a challenge for solar installers whose sales and business processes are focused on retrofitting PV systems on existing buildings. To serve this burgeoning market and capture resulting growth opportunities, contractors need scalable yet tailored tools for designing solar for new construction.
In this new webinar, Cara LoPiano and Gwen Brown of Aurora Solar will explore how designers and contractors can design solar installations for new buildings.
The presentation will highlight solutions to the critical differences in the solar design process for new construction compared to existing buildings. These include:
Options for salespeople to visually showcase what the future building will look like with their solar design, in a way that is compelling for the buyer.