Energy Toolbase will be at RE+ 2022.

Energy Toolbase is exhibiting at RE+ next week at booth #2682 from Monday, September 19 to Thursday, September 22! Our team is excited to finally be back, full force at the clean energy industry’s largest event in North America!

Explore the fully revamped Energy Toolbase Help Center

Energy Toolbase has always provided our users with the most up-to-date content to help navigate the ETB Developer platform and beyond. Our Help Center has always been a spot where users can go to get their questions answered while they’re creating proposals.

An Overview of our new ETB Developer v4 Release

We are excited to announce the launch of a big, new software update to the ETB Developer platform. As many of our users may already know, this release has been in development for quite some time. Our new update, which we are referring to as our “v4 (version 4)” release …

Energy Toolbase unveils new front-end website and product lineup

We’re excited to announce that our website has a new look! Our company has undergone some big changes over the last year after merging with Pason Power in September of 2019. Our newly launched front-end website more comprehensively explains our new Model-Control-Monitor product offering. Energy Toolbase has …

Thanksgiving Weekend Software Update

We published a software update over the Thanksgiving weekend that refactors the way we simulate energy storage projects, fixes a few bugs, and also includes a couple new features.

Keeping up with Energy Toolbase’s extensive utility rates database

There are a lot of factors that come into play when it comes the economics of a solar plus storage project. From incentives, to equipment to your location, all of these things play a role in estimating the cost and viability of a project. But one thing that might be at the top of that list is utility rate schedules. They are time consuming to comprehend and always changing. Installers/developers probably know pretty well that you won’t be going through them with a fine-tooth comb. Accurate and transparent rates play a big part in estimating the avoided cost of a project.