Joint venture Solar360, photovoltaic self-consumption
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The Spanish energytech Ezzing Solar has created an all-in-one platform that connects the different actors involved in the process of selling, contracting, installing and financing solar panels. For this reason, it has been selected by Repsol and Telefónica to develop their joint venture for photovoltaic self-consumption, Solar360.
With the platform, it is possible to streamline processes, control the status of the installation at all times and adapt the service to the needs of each user, both private customers and neighborhood communities as well as companies of any size.
“Our mission is to offer the digitalization of the entire photovoltaic sales process, a complete service designed to simplify the various phases in the value chain and democratize solar energy,” say Alberto Cortés and Víctor Sancho, co-founders of Ezzing Solar.
Digitization for a 360 service
The solutions developed by Ezzing Solar are fully adapted to Solar360’s requests, as well as to the needs of the professionals involved in the process.
In the first place, the energytech has implemented its solution for the initial study of the feasibility of the installation on the Solar360 website, creating a simulator that allows users to know their potential in terms of energy generation and savings.
Repsol and Telefónica bet on the Ezzing Solar platform when developing their new joint venture Solar360 for photovoltaic self-consumption
The integrated CRM allows you to collect data from people interested in photovoltaic self-consumption solutions and track each case. In this way the project is adjusted to the needs of each user, family or company.
The customer portal created by Ezzing Solar centralizes the entire panel installation process. Once the study has been carried out, the interested user will receive a personalized offer that they can sign electronically, and they will also be given access to financing through Solar360 collaborating entities. Once the agreement is confirmed, the platform will start the installation process, facilitating the management of the necessary permits and licenses, activating the security protocols and scheduling the visit of Solar360 technicians and installers. Professionals have an application for installers where they will receive documentation, project details and even manage the arrival of materials.
Once the installation is done, the installation is connected to the network and the sale process ends. In this way, Ezzing Solar connects the different services to centralize them in a single platform.
The joint venture will have the operational and distribution strength, as well as the technological experience of Telefónica, and Repsol’s knowledge in the self-consumption and multi-energy sector, allowing it to offer a specific electricity rate that complements the photovoltaic installation.
Together, the companies ensure a continuous and personalized accompaniment of the client to provide a fully adapted photovoltaic solution.
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