SunMath aims to re-define how people determine if solar makes financial sense for them. Currently, homeowners and businesses have to rely on either (1) solar calculators from lead generation services, or (2) analysis provided by solar installers. These solutions are inherently flawed.
Solar calculators provided by lead-generation services are biased because their revenue comes from providing leads to solar installers. These companies are incentivized to make solar look as attractive as possible so visitors submit their personal information. Often, solar installers provide their own financial analysis to their customers. Unfortunately, this is no different from a homebuilder doing the final home inspection for a house they just built. Even honest, well-intentioned solar installers often have engineering backgrounds and fail to run the numbers accurately.
As a completely independent 3rd party, SunMath never accepts finder’s fees or money for leads. Our only source of revenue is from advertising and software. Additionally, our background is in finance and math, so users can trust that our solar calculator produces accurate reports using conservative estimates and robust data.
SunMath is a leading developer of innovative, web-based tools for the solar community. The company responds to industry feedback to build tools for consumers interested in going solar as well as for solar professionals who install and provided materials for solar. By focusing on building software that is easy to use, SunMath converts data into actionable information, resulting in smarter investment and business decisions.
The company’s other tools include:
PV Comparison – uses crowd-sourced solar installation data to help solar installation owners diagnose system issues, improving ROI and ensuring their investment continues to benefit the environment.
Installation Tracker – a solar installation portfolio tracking tool that allows solar installers to monitor all of their solar installation in one place, regardless of which monitoring system is installed.
Solar Directory – a free, integrated directory that allows solar installers to showcase their solar installations to consumers who want to find solar installers anywhere in the country.
Solar Blog – A one-stop place to find the newest news in solar and educational editorials to help solar consumers and solar installers.
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