Training Course: How to Sell (and Build!) More Commercial Solar with PPA Financing

September 1, 2021 11am-12:30pm MT

 

Who doesn’t want to sell (and build!) more solar? Learn from finance experts how to easily close with interested commercial clients across the nation.

    ABOUT THE TRAINING

     

     

    This 1.5 hour training course provided by, Nick Perugini, the highly experienced VP of Partners and Projects at Solaris Energy, will provide a deep dive and key resources to ensure your national commercial energy customers get from a maybe to a yes.

    The training will start with an overview of the financing features and benefits of Power Purchase and Solar Services Agreements (PPA/SSA). Audience members will walk away with a strong understanding of how to efficiently obtain an estimate for their clients – reduce wasted time and increase workflow capacity for more project intake. Attendees will also be provided with simple and effective tips to ease customer concerns of risk and increase levels of excitement for going solar.

    If you're in sales or a similar role for a commercial EPC/ builder anywhere across the nation sign up today to learn the ins and outs of providing a key piece of the project - solar financing - to your clients from experts in the space.

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    ABOUT  YOUR TRAINER

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    Nick Perugini

    VP, Partners & Projects

    Co-Owner

    Solaris Energy

    Nick specializes in non-residential project sourcing, analysis, development, and structured finance while building strategic partnership alliances. He contributes a diverse background and passion for solar and energy efficiency (since 2008) built upon a lengthy business to business professional career. He has lead efforts in over 180 operational solar projects in ten states, encompassing nearly 17MW. Nick is the former Board Chair of the Colorado Solar and Storage Association (COSSA), the solar and storage trade organization in Colorado. He is also the former president of New Energy Colorado (NECO) an educational non-profit that manages the Metro Denver Green Homes Tour and Solar CitiSuns.