Genability Switch the Market Standard for Residential Solar

We’ve been busy the last few months with product upgrades, growing the team, as well as adding several new residential solar Switch customers.  Genability now works with 7 of the top 10 residential solar providers in the US.


Genability assisted Sunrun with the rollout of their BrightPath station.  These kiosks are located throughout various big box retailers in California and New York and allow prospective solar customers to receive an estimate of potential savings based on their homes’ zip, building type, shade and size.  Sunrun is also using Switch APIs in their BrightPath installer quote tool for potential customers in the 12 states they operate in.

sp_2014_logo_black_orange_cmyk-30SunPower’s residential quote tool, SunPower Spectrum, uses the Genability Switch APIs for their installer partner and dealer network quote tool.  Spectrum has rolled been rolled out to dealers in California and Hawaii.

DS-Logo_White-Background-high-resDividend Solar, which offers a “solar-ownership-as-a-service” loan, has integrated the Switch APIs into the EmpowerPortal – their residential solar platform.  Dividend operates in over 30 states with a network of almost 100 installation partners.

Sunnova-LogoSunnova, a residential lease provider, raised a $250 MM fund to develop solar projects in the US.  They are utilizing the Switch APIs in their internal quote tool, NovaQuotes, for installers in 10+ states including California, Texas, New York and New Jersey.


Protection1, one of the largest home security providers in the country, launched a solar PPA product through a $200 MM fund with their subsidiary, BriteEnergy.  Their installers use their new quote tool, built on top of the Switch APIs, to quote solar to existing and new home security customers in California.


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  1. Posted January 1, 2016 at 3:03 am | Permalink

    Protection 1 is also one of our favorites when it comes to home security. Good job in mentioning them here.

  2. Posted January 1, 2016 at 3:06 am | Permalink

    Since the number of home security system providers continues to increase, the prices are getting more and more affordable. There are also DIY’s available now.

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