This project lead in Virginia is for seven buildings that are part of a large retail facility. This 401 kW system offsets 100% of their energy usage!
A solar lead based in Tennessee, this 110 kW system was designed for a manufacturing plant. Our originator has been working closely with the key decision makers at the property.
For our subscribing members in the western U.S., this is an exciting new solar lead you can access in New Mexico. Our preliminary modeling estimates brought this project lead at a 280 kW potential for this commercial agriculture facility.
So, who originates these project leads?
These projects come from originators who have important working relationships with these business owners. The originators of these particular projects are highly-respected business innovators and visionaries with significant manufacturing and finance backgrounds. They are passionate about being a part of the solar industry, and have invested their time and resources into talking to their commercial and industrial clients about solar. With their help, you can fulfill their clients' desire to install solar on their business.
Greetings, installers! Our team continues making improvements to our marketplace, and we wanted to share with you an update we recently implemented based on the feedback we've received from our paid marketplace subscribers.
You can now see the stage of the project lead! So, in addition to our detailed notes, each commercial/industrial project lead in our system is assigned a Project Stage.
These stages were designed to paint a clearer picture of where the leads are in the sales process. Our goal is to provide all of our installers with leads that are best suited to their business model. Some installers prefer earlier-stage leads, and some prefer leads that have already received a Letter of Intent.
If you have more questions about the project lead, you can send us a message directly from the lead you want to access.
So, what do the different stages mean? Check out our descriptions below:
Letter of Intent: The customer has acknowledged to their trusted sales agent/originator they would like to move forward with installing solar. This is the highest qualified lead you can access.
Working Model Presented: The trusted sales agent/originator has been meeting with the client to review the initial, preliminary drawings and estimate (we call this the Working Model, since it is a fluid document - always changing based on the customer's budget and other circumstances that could change the size/scope of the project).
In Discussion: The trusted sales agent/originator has been meeting with the client to determine their energy needs, budget and to gather 12 months utility bills.
Qualified: The trusted sales agent/originator has determined the property to be a good fit for solar, and are working to contact the decision makers about further interest. This is the earliest lead you can access.
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Management personnel of this property have decided they want to move forward with installing solar, and they need to talk to installers about the next steps. Our team has been nurturing this commercial solar lead since the spring. We have updated the notes on this project in our Marketplace.
Access this project today, and present your solution to this highly-motivated client!