The Cost of Doing Nothing

The most compelling reason for a home or business owner to “go solar” is: cost savings. Install solar modules on a¬†property, and over the lifetime of the solar array, it’s possible to predict how much will be saved. In fact, one of the core features¬†of the MODsolar Platform is its ability to perform the calculations …

Accounting for Reductions in Electricity Usage

Often, when a homeowner or business owner installs a solar system, they implement other energy-saving measures at the same time. Examples might include programmable thermostats, LED light bulbs, energy-efficient appliances, etc. In fact, some solar installers offer these and other energy-saving upgrades to their customers, in addition to solar installations. If you are proposing a …

Marking a proposal as “Preferred”

Today we added a new feature (based on a suggestion from an installer) — marking a proposal as “Preferred.” Sometimes, you’ll have a need to create multiple proposals for a lead. Perhaps you’re presenting different options for solar module arrays, different financing options, etc. Although you have always been able to easily type a name …

Changes coming to the aerial image controls

Google often makes changes to Google Maps, which we use in the MODsolar Platform to show the aerial images of the buildings. Generally, these changes improve the functionality for users, making interaction easier. In August 2016, Google will roll out a new version that eliminates the “pan control.” That control — a circle with 4 …

Finance the FITC

In March 2016, we added 3 new easy-to-use loan calculations to the MODsolar Platform: a simple loan, a loan with a delayed start to the payments, and a loan with interest-only payments during an initial period. Later, we added (to each of these loan types) the option to finance the “year 1 incentives” (notably the …

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