Solar Sales Fails

Sales can be a complicated process, but with the right approach, success can be found. At Energy Service Partners (ESP), we work with qualified solar sales reps who understand how to convey the benefits of solar panel installation without giving an over-the-top pitch or making outrageous promises that are sure to fall through. There are… Continue reading Solar Sales Fails

2021 Is The Year for Solar

If you’ve been thinking about adding solar panels to your home, this could be the year to do it. 2021 is shaping up to be a great year for solar power, with federal tax credits being extended, new government programs being implemented, and more rebates potentially becoming available to eligible homeowners. At Energy Service Partners… Continue reading 2021 Is The Year for Solar

Common Solar Myths – Part 2

In our last post, we covered five common myths about solar panel installation in California. In Part 2 of our series, we’ll look at five more myths and the truths that can be used to debunk them. At Energy Service Partners, we love working with solar sales teams that want to help their customers find… Continue reading Common Solar Myths – Part 2

Common Solar Myths – Part 1

As a solar installer in California, Energy Service Partners has encountered plenty of questions when it comes to solar panel installation and home renewable energy systems. If you’re a solar sales rep, you’ve likely been asked many of these as well. Homeowners should be knowledgeable and comfortable about how safe a solar energy system is… Continue reading Common Solar Myths – Part 1

Quativa for Authorized Solar Dealers

At Energy Service Partners, we believe in providing a seamless experience from beginning to end. We want the sales representatives and authorized dealers we work with to have access to the best technology and processes. That’s why we equip everyone with Quativa, the one app that has everything you need to design, plan, and present… Continue reading Quativa for Authorized Solar Dealers

What to Look for in a Solar EPC

If you’re in the solar industry, there’s a pretty good chance that you know what an EPC is. For the uninformed, however, the acronym stands for “engineering, procurement, and construction,” and it pertains to companies that offer end-to-end solar services. At Energy Service Partners (ESP), we work with sales representatives all across California to help… Continue reading What to Look for in a Solar EPC

GivePower: Why ESP Partners With This Wonderful Organization

Energy Service Partners love talking about solar panels and solar energy and all things solar, but in today’s blog we want to take a moment to highlight our favorite nonprofit organization, givepower.org We’ve been partnering with GivePower for years now, which means that we donate a portion of every contract we secure to helping GivePower… Continue reading GivePower: Why ESP Partners With This Wonderful Organization

Is My House Good for Solar?

There is no doubt that solar energy is the way of the future. As we look to move away from non-renewable energy sources, it’s more important than ever to find ways to supply power in a way that doesn’t harm the environment. Solar energy is an elegant solution, particularly for the needs of everyday homeowners.… Continue reading Is My House Good for Solar?

Maintaining Solar Panels

Are you a California homeowner who has recently had solar panels installed, or you’re planning to? Since you’re in with solar power for the long run, you’re likely wondering what you’ll need to do to take care of your system for the 20+ years you’ll be living with it. If you haven’t yet bought solar,… Continue reading Maintaining Solar Panels

5 Ways that Solar Power is Eco-Friendly

When we talk about solar energy for California homeowners, we (and everyone else in the industry) tend to focus on two major benefits: cost and eco-friendliness. Cost is an easy enough benefit to explain and justify. Who doesn’t want to save money? For many, solar energy is a simple equation of dollars and cents, and… Continue reading 5 Ways that Solar Power is Eco-Friendly