Solar professionals can now use Nearmap’s regularly updated, high-resolution aerial PhotoMaps™ to prospect for new business while saving significant time and money on travel and labor costs. Unlike outdated satellite images, Nearmap’s PhotoMaps™ are extremely current, and when coupled with our accurate built-in solar tools, installers can get all the information they need to produce highly professional and accurate solar quotes.
Nearmap takes all the guesswork out of solar installation with 2.8" clarity and highly accurate virtual measuring tools and solar panels. With Nearmap, solar installers can place virtual solar panels atop customer rooftops, mitigating unnecessary risk and reducing travel time and labor costs. In addition, installers can measure expected energy output and shaded areas without being there.
With Nearmap’s historical timeline tool, solar professionals can monitor larger scale or complex solar projects as they progress from initial quote and planning, through design and installation. With Nearmap’s historical imagery and SplitView Tools, solar companies can track progress at different survey dates with side-by-side "before & after" comparisons. This feature is particularly useful for large scale solar arrays.
Nearmap’s up-to-date, high-resolution PhotoMaps™ live in the cloud, making it easy to share information with colleagues or third parties. Nearmap also integrates with popular PV design tools, GIS and CAD programs so you can leverage existing design workflows for maximum productivity.