星期一, 11月 29, 2021
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EnergySage partners with Intuit to educate businesses on solar options

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EnergySage has announced its collaboration with Intuit, the global technology platform that makes TurboTax, QuickBooks, Mint and Credit Karma, as a founding partner on the Intuit Climate Action Marketplace. The platform offers climate-friendly solutions for small businesses and is a driving force behind Intuit’s commitment to help one million U.S. small businesses cut their carbon emissions 50% by 2030, and aligning small businesses to the United Nations Race to Zero pledge. Intuit is announcing this commitment today at the COP26 summit in Glasgow.

Intuit is launching the Intuit Climate Action Marketplace to empower small- and medium-sized businesses to reduce their impact on the environment by selecting more sustainable solutions, such as solar power. EnergySage is one of 12 founding partners selected by Intuit to help small businesses take immediate, climate-positive actions across a number of categories. EnergySage will serve as a go-to resource for researching and comparison-shopping all things solar energy.

“Solar isn’t just for big, Fortune 500 companies — it’s for businesses and non-profits of all sizes and industries,” said Vikram Aggarwal, CEO and founder of EnergySage. “Teaming up with Intuit allows us to educate businesses and entrepreneurs across the country about the tremendous financial and environmental benefits of solar energy, while providing tools and resources for taking action. As a company whose mission is to empower people to make smarter energy decisions through simplicity, transparency, and choice, we’re ecstatic to join Intuit in its commitment to curb climate change.”

Using the Intuit Climate Action Marketplace to explore solar options is quite simple. Users can visit intuit.com/climatemarketplace and select EnergySage from the list of products and services. From here, EnergySage will guide users through the process of getting and comparing custom quotes from its network of pre-screened solar companies for installing rooftop solar panels, or help them find and subscribe to a local community solar farm. EnergySage also assigns dedicated, unbiased Energy Advisors to help them make an informed decision.

The Intuit Climate Action Marketplace is now available to all small businesses and entrepreneurs in the U.S. and U.K., with plans for expansion to additional global markets in 2022. Those in the U.S. who install solar panels on their property through EnergySage will get $100 to $10,000 cash back. The amount of cash-back a customer receives is based on the size of the system they’ve purchased. For example, they will receive $100 or $10,000 for installing a 5 kW or a 1,000 kW solar PV system, respectively. All community solar subscribers get $100 when they sign up via EnergySage.

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