Solar Lead Generation – Solar Appointment Leads

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Top Quality Solar Lead Appointments are the number one way for solar energy installation companies to expand in the rapidly growing Solar Energy industry. Our Solar Lead Appointments are exclusive, competitive and available nationwide.

The truth about most solar lead generators is that they aren’t providing solar installation companies with customers with a high level of intent. Most are just looking for information about solar panel installation and its benefits. There’s nothing wrong with that but it doesn’t benefit you. Our Solar Lead Appointments eliminate the uneducated shoppers making it much easier to close the sale and set the appointment.

Our Solar Lead Appointments are initially generated from information seekers and shoppers via the internet through out affiliate internet sites. We then carefully screen the buyer’s information for accuracy through the use of multiple software systems and then transfer that information to our call center agents. Our agents then verbally verify the potential buyers address and contact information along with your specific filters and needs for your solar sales appointments. This process eliminates the “blind consumer to company pairing”. The potential buyer will know exactly what company they’ll be speaking with making the transition from our call center agents to your sales team a breeze.

All of our Solar Appointment Leads are 100% Conversional. We Eliminate the Low Intent Shoppers, Uneducated Buyers the Blind Consumer to Company Matching for you and Never Over Sell Our Leads. Our Solar Appointment Leads are available nationwide making it possible for us to focus on the areas your clients live in. We’re generating 200+ in-home solar appointments each day and we have the ability to scale your lead campaign accordingly. We explain the benefits of solar energy to the customer and set the appointment giving you the time needed to focus on expanding your business. The leads can also be customized to your specific needs.

36% of All New Electric Capacity in 2014 From Solar

Q3 2014 represented the second largest quarter ever for solar installations in the U.S., with installed photovoltaic (PV) capacity topping the gigawatt mark for the fourth consecutive quarter to settle at 1,354 megawatts (MW). This performance represents 41% growth over Q3 of last year and brings cumulative installed solar capacity to 17,500 MW. With nearly 600,000 solar installations through Q3, the U.S. solar industry is on pace to complete its 1 millionth installation in 2015. Through Q3, 36% of all new electric capacity installed in 2014 has come from solar. (All data from SEIA/GTM Research “U.S. Solar Market Insight: Q3 2014” unless otherwise noted.)

Installations Continue to Boom
• There are now over 17,500 MW of cumulative solar electric capacity operating in the U.S., enough to power more than 3.5 million average American homes.
• With over 49,000 installations in Q3, nearly 600,000 U.S. homes and businesses have now gone solar. Through Q3, a new solar project has been installed every 3 minutes in 2014.
• Growth in Q3 was led by the residential sector, which grew 58% over Q3 2014, and the utility-scale sector, which installed over 800 MW for the 3rd time in 12 months.
Solar More Affordable Than Ever
• Year-over-year, the national average PV installed system price declined by 11% to $2.71/W in Q3.
• Since the third quarter of 2010, the average price of a PV panel has dropped by 63%.

Record Growth to Continue
• Roughly 6,500 MW of PV is forecasted to come online in 2014, representing 36% growth over 2013’s record installation levels.
• 2014 will be a record year for CSP as 767 MW is expected to be commissioned by year’s end.
• By the end of 2014, the U.S. should have over 20 GW of cumulative solar electric capacity, roughly the same amount that is expected to be installed just from 2015 – 2016.
Solar Helps Fortune 500 Companies Save Money

Data from SEIA’s annual Solar Means Business report show that major U.S. corporations, including Wal-Mart, IKEA and Macy’s, are going solar at an incredible rate. The top 25 corporate solar users in America have installed more than 569 MW of capacity at 1,100 different facilities across the country as of August 2014.

Some other key takeaways:
• 129 million people – 41 percent of Americans – live within 20 miles of at least one of the solar installations reviewed for the report (see the map below).
• The average price of a completed commercial PV project in Q2 2014 has dropped by 14 percent year over year and by more than 45 percent since 2012.
• The top 25 corporate users have more than doubled their solar capacity since 2012.

Solar Energy Is An Economic Engine

As the solar industry grows, so does its benefit to the economy. According to The Solar Foundation, there are now nearly 174,000 solar workers in the U.S., a more than 20% increase over employment totals in 2014. These workers are employed at 6,100 businesses in every state. The increasing value of projects has injected life into the U.S. economy as well. In 2013, solar installations were valued at $13.7 billion, compared to $11.5 billion in 2012 and $8.6 billion in 2011.

Contact us today at for a no-obligation consultation to find out exactly how we can utilize our experience in order to meet your organizations growing demands.

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