Grow Your Solar and Storage Business IN THE U.K.
Enact’s Solar Design Software simplifies solar design, proposals and contracts for residential and commercial projects in the U.K.
Track and manage leads
Save hours of time and never lose a lead again. Integrate all lead sources to one live project dashboard, that is also accessible by your entire solar panel installer sales and operations team.
Manage contracts in one location
Stop losing track of all your contracts, documents and site photos. Generate templates with electronic signatures, eliminate errors, speed up change orders
Manage and monitor solar projects
Keep your team well-informed and organized. Assign tasks, generate email reminders, and report progress with our customized workflow for residencial solar installers.
The Enact Home App simplifies solar ownership to help achieve your clean energy goals
Simplify Solar Savings
We calculate your payback period based on “dollars saved.” We make it easy to measure savings and ROI for your solar investment.
Did you know that over 50% of solar systems need maintenance in the first two years? We monitor your solar system to avoid costly outages.
Measure System Health
We’re the only solar monitoring app that allows you to compare “actual versus estimated” generation.
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