Energy Acuity Benefits Prospect Building Subscribers by Broadening Commercial Property Data
DENVER, CO: With an aim to provide clients with a single source of high-standard data on the key players and with scope to work to operate within the energy sector, Energy Acuity just packs the perfect punch with its prodigious roll out of over 583,000 commercial property profiles into its Renewable Energy Database. This latest addition into its product ecosystem will escalate the volume of leads available to Energy Acuity subscribers interested in commercial and industrial solar development.
The software that hugs the limelight here is the EA|Renewables Database, a specially designed tool that offers a more précised and real-time information in concern with solar and wind energy markets. The commercial property data stakes in a niche for its own in the company, as the energy industry sets its market open for solar leads and business opportunities. In addition to using data for finding commercial properties, the industry patron will also have access to identify properties that can be ideal fit for other energy related services. The services in question include key offerings like HVAC, energy efficiency, and battery storage, among others.
In short the company will try its hand at integrating commercial property data with their already existing large scale solar project coverage. The newly formed joint forces will also favor the clients in determining, which property owners they should channelize their resources upon, so as to strengthen their building consumption. The EA|Renewables tool will further enable the subscribers with greater understanding of properties relevant to solar infrastructure as well as comprehension of property owner’s involvement in the industry.
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