The solar industry is drawing interest across the United States. The Obama administration is trying to push solar more and more, and Google announced its interest in solar planning. What’s bigger than those two things? But turning interest and curiosity into a solar install still brings a lot of unknowns. SolyMoly, the one-stop shop for the solar curious, is trying to remove some of these unknowns by deploying a nationwide solution that improves the solar experience for both homeowners and installers.
SolyMoly is designed to guide homeowners through the often-confusing process of making the switch to solar energy. Unlike competing services, which automatically map the entire surface area of a roof, SolyMoly is fully customizable, allowing homeowners to specify which area of the rooftop they would like to consider for solar panel installation. This level of sophistication provides homeowners with more accurate reports on potential energy bill savings and environmental impact.
“What we learned throughout product development is that homeowners prefer to explore the potential of rooftop solar energy without feeling overwhelmed with options or pressured to act fast,” said Kathir Kuppan, Founder and CEO of SolyMoly. “We are simply equipping consumers with the tools they need to make a well-informed decision, on their own timelines and from the comfort of home.”
If homeowners decide to ‘go solar,’ SolyMoly connects them with qualified, reliable system installers in the area. Installers receive a copy of the customer’s detailed report to facilitate a smooth, hassle-free sales and construction process. This access to pre-qualified leads also helps installers significantly reduce overhead costs.
— Solar Builder magazine