News Releases

By Yahoo Finance
on 10/8/2019
  • energy storage
  • storage modeling
  • chint power systems
Energy Toolbase, an industry-leading provider of solar and energy storage modeling and proposal software, has integrated Chint Power Systems’ (CPS) energy storage solution, a market-leading manufacturer of solar and energy storage power conversion equipment, onto their platform. The integration enables distributed energy developers to quickly and accurately analyze the economic viability of solar + storage and standalone storage projects for commercial and industrial (C&I) customers. read more...
By PV Magazine
on 9/13/2019
  • energy storage
  • pason power
  • control software
Pason Power and Energy Toolbase are combining their businesses to offer an “end to end software platform” for project estimating, storage control and asset monitoring, after Pason’s parent company bought a majority share of Energy Toolbase. read more...
By Solar Builder Magazine
on 7/25/2019
  • solar
  • energy storage
  • SB700
California has a vision for a widespread residential solar + storage market that would ultimately supplant PV-only systems in both effectiveness and return on investment and is currently assembling all of the pieces to bring it to life. read more...
By Forbes
on 7/2/2019
  • business
  • software company
  • growing business
My company turned five years old recently, so I’ve been retrospecting on some of the big decisions we’ve made along the way. We’ve come a long way since launching the company in my spare bedroom, and myself being the only employee. Today, over one thousand companies around the world use our software to analyze and propose the economics of solar and energy storage projects, including many of the most sophisticated energy companies in the world. read more...
By Civic Solar
on 6/27/2019
  • solar power
  • solar installer
Without question national solar installers such as SolarCity (now Tesla), SunRun, Sungevity, and SunPower deserve significant credit for the proliferation of residential solar. From 2012 to 2016 residential solar grew by more than 50% annually, and the top 5 installers have more than 50% market share. They used aggressive marketing campaigns and third party financing products to make average Americans (with FICO scores 680+) comfortable with rooftop solar. However, recently Andrew Bebe beautifully explained why the “long tail” (small regional solar installers, roofers, plumbers, electricians, general contractors) will dominate residential solar in the future. Independent contractors should be very confident their solar installation businesses are competitive with national solar installers and that their businesses are the future of residential solar. read more...