The 2019 Launch of the New EnergySage Solar Buyer’s Guide
The online solar marketplace, EnergySage has launched a new online tool that enables online shoppers to make informed solar decisions efficiently. It now makes it easy for online shoppers to make online comparisons of solar equipment based on quality rating, aesthetics, performance, and pricing for not only solar panels but also for, solar batteries and solar inverters.
With this new launch, the EnergySage will help online users compare solar equipment in a one-stop platform to help online shoppers better understand the solar energy equipment (solar panels, solar batteries, and solar inverters) offered to them by most popular solar brands in the market.
The EnergySage Platform is particularly handy for the first time solar buyers that have no prior solar buying experience and would like to understand their equipment before buying. In a nutshell, the EnergySage solar Buyer’s guide lets users search, sort, filter, and compare today’s most popular solar panel models in the market.
The new EnergySage Solar Buyer’s guide included over one year’s worth of work, with data and analysis from the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) and leveraging the industry and technical expertise from NREL to develop all scoring criteria.
The new solar guide is in addition to the Light Detection and Ranging (LIDAR) system developed by the EnergySage in collaboration with the Department of Energy that allows homeowners, businesses, or nonprofit organizations to estimate their energy savings from solar, and connects them with prescreened installers who can provide solar quotes specific to the user’s address.
What should you expect with the new EnergySage buyer’s guide?
1. It provides a great rating system that enables online shoppers to browse through thousands of solar panels from popular solar brands in the market while giving a great rating system that captures some of the essential aspects to consider when selecting solar panels such as type, cost, wattage, efficiency and warranty offering necessary in each solar panels’ quality rating.
2. With the LIDAR powered system provided by EnergySage –it is an added advantage for the online shopper as the cost of a solar panel installation varies with location, property type which LIDAR helps to capture to give near accurate information. As a result, with the solar panels information obtained in the EnergySage Solar Buyer’s guide, the LIDAR powered solar panel cost calculator from the EnergySage also takes into account how much sunlight you’ll get, local electricity rates, as well as any state and federal solar incentives like rebates and tax credits helping to save more money in the process.
3. The EnergySage Solar buyer’s guide tool now provides new additions to the solar panels guide, which is a solar battery guide and solar inverters guide, giving you more information needed to make a more informed purchase.
a) The EnergySage solar battery guide: With very many solar batteries available in the market today, it is not easy to make a quick, informed decision. The EnergySage provides a solar battery quality rating system for each solar battery that captures the essential aspects of a solar battery, including but not limited to cost, capacity, power, round-trip efficiency, degradation rate, and warranty.
b) The EnergySage solar inverter guide: Also, with very many solar inverters available in the market today – making it hard to reach a more informed decision. The EnergySage provides a quality rating system capturing the wattage, and warranty of a solar inverter to help you decide which one is great for your solar power system.
This article is just a summary of the new EnergySage that was launched recently, to learn more about this new tool, you can visit the EnergySage Solar buyers and also get solar quotes online from some of the most popular solar brands in the market.