Your sales proposal is one of the most important things you present to potential customers. What can you do to make it as strong as possible?
Solar contractors need to have a firm grasp on the IRS's “commence construction” policy to know whether a solar project will qualify for the Investment Tax Credit
We take a look at the top ten articles published on the Aurora Blog in 2019. Explore these reader favorites to brush up on key issues in the industry!
New data from SEIA quantifies the costs of Section 201 solar tariffs, which raised the price of solar modules imported into the U.S. See what they found!
Selling solar remotely is an easy way solar companies can save time and money and close more sales. Learn how to implement this strategy and why.
Soft costs, the non-hardware costs of solar, are more than half of solar costs in the U.S. See what's being done to tackle soft costs and help solar grow!
Solar contractors need to have a firm grasp on the IRS's “commence construction” policy to know whether a solar project will qualify for the Investment Tax Credit
At Solar Power International 2019, the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) released its 10-year roadmap. See what it means for solar and you!
Commercial solar financing can be complex but it's essential for C&I solar contractors to understand. We explore the common financing options to know.
Solar professionals need to be well versed in electricity—that includes mastering the difference between alternating current (AC) and direct current (DC).
Electricity bill information is crucial for an accurate and compelling solar quote, but getting it isn't always easy. Providing different options can help.