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ENACT SYSTEMS Inc. is a leader in cloud-based solar software for the solar industry.

ENACT’s EnerCloudTM Platform powers complete solar business operations for 100+ customers, ranging from top global corporations to emerging project developers. ENACT SYSTEMS INC is headquartered in Pleasanton, CA with additional offices in the US, India and the United Arab Emirates and a team that is located in all three countries.

Phone: 1-855-50-ENACT

San Francisco Bay Area

6200 Stoneridge Mall Road, Suite 300
Pleasanton, CA

Enact UAE

Seed Group Pvt Office 17th Floor, Office Tower, H Building,
No.1 Sheikh Zayed Road, Dubai
Tel: +9714 379 7333


1550 Wewatta St, Suite 200
Denver, CO

Enact Germany

Tal 44
D-80331 München


500 S Australian Ave Ste 600 PMB 1170
West Palm Beach, FL

Enact UK

85 Great Portland Street
First Floor London
United Kingdom

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Enact for Homeowners

Accelerate the transition to clean energy.

Our solar platform allows homeowners to track their solar energy production and consumption, providing a clear understanding of their energy usage patterns.
Our solar monitoring app alerts homeowners about issues with their solar system, allowing homeowners to quickly address any problems and ensure their solar system is operating at peak efficiency.

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What are the financial benefits of going solar?

What are the financial benefits of going solar?

Many homeowners may know about the environmental benefits of installing solar. Solar energy harnesses energy from sunshine and produces clean electricity without carbon emissions. Home solar energy systems also offer homeowners financial benefits. Solar panels can...

Is solar still worth it for homeowners under NEM 3.0?

Is solar still worth it for homeowners under NEM 3.0?

Last year, California rolled out a new solar policy, called NEM 3.0 — which replaced the old Net Metering (NEM 2.0) system with net billing. This change stirred some worry in the solar industry, as it seemed like going solar might not be as financially rewarding....