Clean Power Finance integrates Solmetric analysis and modeling software into solar sales platform

Clean Power Finance and Solmetric announced that Solmetric’s shading analysis and equipment performance modeling software had been successfully integrated into Clean Power Finance’s solar sales platform CPF Tools. The company’s CPF Tools is said to allow better access to financing for qualified installers, quicker quotes and proposals, user-friendly site measurement tools and an intuitive and intelligent interface.

In addition to Solmetric’s software being implemented with the CPF Tools, the two companies advised that they are collaborating on a new site measurement tool, which will automatically calculate site measurements such as area and azimuth.

Clean Power Finance acknowledged its plans to offer solar installers eighteen months’ same-as-cash financing on the Solmetric Suneye 210 bundled with a CPF Tools license. “Superior solar system performance creates more value for homeowners, installers, investors and us, which will only accelerate the adoption of clean and inexpensive energy,” said Nat Kreamer, Clean Power Finance CEO.  “The integration of Solmetric’s shading data and equipment performance modeling software with CPF Tools now makes it even easier for any professional selling and installing residential solar to create an optimal solar system design.”

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