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Getting started with solar business? Here’s what you need to do.

by Sun Lynk Compare Solar Quotes With No Cost or Obligation

The idea of owning a solar business sounds exciting but how do you actually go about getting started? Here are some typical steps you will need to take to jump-start your business.

  • Starting a solar business requires having a plan in place. Draft numerous possibilities, test them against what you already know and against the know-how of other people in the industry. Do your best to get a solid feel for what you can look forward to, but also arm yourself for hold-ups, complications and the unexpected. Always leave a buffer in your business plan in terms of time and funds that you believe will be required.
  • Whether you are in a state that necessitates specific degrees and certificates to run a solar business or are simply seeking more insight into solar power, you should consider the various educational options available. In some cases, a series of training sessions or workshops might be adequate, while in others a certificate may be needed.
  • If you need to get a license or some kind of certification, then consider that up front. How long will it take you to obtain a license? How much will it set you back? Are you sure you can do it? Is it absolutely necessary and even if it isn't required, will it be a useful credential to boost your business?
  • Before you can start selling, you have to find out where you are going to buy from. Get in touch with as many relevant solar manufacturers as possible. Set up a pricing scale and ordering plan with one or more of the brands you reach out to. Consider not only cost but brand name recognition, reliability and stock availability when making your decisions.
  • Consider offering free or discounted solar installation packages in exchange for advertising. Install signs outside or on the sides of houses where you've installed systems. Think about ways to educate potential clients on the benefits of solar power and reasons to choose you as a solar installer. In short, come up with ideas for a solar lead generation without investing too much capital right away.

Starting a solar business is hard work but it is also extremely rewarding. The alternative energy industry is beginning a major boom making now the time to invest your energies in solar power.


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