As demand for solar systems increases, solar manufacturers and installers are competing aggressively to acquire and convert new residential and commercial prospects. To find and covert the ideal solar customer – one based in the right state with the right credit, roof, rate plan and electricity expenses – providers are pursuing a variety of new and innovative customer acquisition techniques including digital marketing, retail partnerships, door-to-door sales, telemarketing and direct response campaigns.Learn More
Latin America has been grabbing headlines, with triple-digit growth signaling that the region is on a path for rapid growth and expansion. Whether you are working for one of the market-leading companies already in the region, or are a new player trying to create a robust market entry strategy, this webinar will help you understand some of the key issues shaping the future. Specifically, GTM will address the transformative growth in Latin America's four biggest sub-regional markets: Mexico, Central America, Chile, and Brazil.Learn More
The U.S. solar market grew by more than 30% in 2014 and expected to be even better in 2015 growing another 30% year-over-year. To handle that kind of growth, solar manufacturers and installers have to innovate to meet demand and deliver great customer experiences. Getting processes right is critical for installers and manufacturers to drive down operational costs: from customer relationship management to project management to equipment tracking to marketing to HR solutions.Learn More
Increased penetration of solar around the globe has increased the need for effective monitoring solutions. Reliability of these systems is imperative to ensure that system owners are able to monetize all energy output and maximize up-time. Cellular, machine-to-machine (M2M) communications is one such method of ensuring reliable data and performance. Please join us as we discuss how monitoring providers can leverage this technology to improve monitoring performance and ensure continuous up-time over the life of the system.Learn More
Opportunities for electric utilities to extend control of the grid to the edge have been slowed dramatically by the need for field trials to validate the economic benefits of new equipment and software capabilities.
Recently, these some of these edge technologies proved they can achieve sizable operational and economic benefits through multiple Volt/VAR optimization objectives including: