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How solar software delivers ROI

A discussion with Aurora Solar and Wood Mackenzie

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Residential solar installers could be excused for viewing the first few months of 2022 with confusion. On the one hand, demand for rooftop solar has never been stronger. According to data compiled by Wood Mackenzie Power & Renewables (Wood Mackenzie) and the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), the U.S. installed 4.2 gigawatts of residential solar in 2021, surpassing 500,000 individual projects in a calendar year for the first time ever.

At the same time, though, there is a significant amount of uncertainty about the future of the market as well as near-term challenges that limit the potential growth of solar installations.

This white paper explores how the solar industry continues to change and evolve, and why software is poised to deliver a potentially more compelling competitive advantage.

Key takeaways include:

  • The current challenges faced by solar installers and what can be done to make internal improvements
  • The importance of software in building or maintaining a solar installer's competitive advantage
  • The benefits of software as described by installers themselves

This sponsored content was created in partnership with Aurora Solar.

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