EagleView measurements help solar installers capture the sun for American homes

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Accelerate solar leaders using EagleView to improve design, sales and installation

BELLEVUE, Wash., February 17, 2021 – EagleView, a leading technology provider of aerial imagery, data analytics, and GIS solutions and an industry leader in image definition and measurements on roofs, is helping millions of US homes harness the unlimited, renewable energy of the sun. Working with the top six solar installation providers in the country, EagleView is proud to be part of the future of renewable energy in America.

The residential and commercial facility of solar modules is being expanded further in America. 72 million MW are now generated by photovoltaic arrays and other solar sources. This robust growth is made possible in part by the widespread adoption of remote processes, the reduction in soft costs through technology and process improvements, and massive efficiency gains that are helping installers get panels on the roof faster than ever before.

Solar companies are driving the move to renewable energy with fewer on-site visits, more accurate quotes, and faster installation times, all of which contribute to a great customer experience. For the industry leaders, EagleView is accelerating this change.

“With EagleView, there is no need to send an inspector to the property after the homeowner signs their contract,” said Jake Wachman, vice president of software at SunPower. “EagleView reports help us avoid personal site surveys and shorten the project life cycle by up to two weeks. Everyone wins: homeowners are solar-powered faster, our dealers avoid an additional site visit and we reduce the project effort.”

With EagleView Inform ™, solar installers can create accurate designs and planning kits for a solar PV system without costly and time-consuming external visits. By eliminating the need for on-site visits, installation times are reduced so that solar companies can reduce associated soft costs and project times.

“Remote processes and technology adoption are two of the biggest trends in the solar energy market today,” said David Williamson, Titan CEO. “By using EagleView’s always-accurate reports, we can stay ahead of these trends and create designs and sets of plans much faster without having to step on the property.”

Visit https://www.eagleview.com/industry/solar/ to learn more about how EagleView’s leading solar solutions enable virtual object inspection and reduce solar time.

About EagleView

EagleView is a leader in aerial imagery, machine learning-derived data analytics and software, helping customers in a variety of industries use real estate information for smarter planning, buildings and living. With more than 200 patents, EagleView pioneered the measurement of air properties and has the largest multimodal image database in history, covering 98 percent of the US population. With an annual range of more than 9.5 million miles, EagleView is the most comprehensive and up-to-date, so municipal and business customers can use the most accurate data to make timely, informed decisions. For more information, call (866) 659-8439, visit www.eagleview.com, and follow @EagleViewTech.




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