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  • Writer's pictureJaime Ventura Energy Consultant


Updated: Jul 17, 2023


Builders becoming solar landlords

The world becomes more aware of the need for sustainability and respect for the environment and the construction sector is no exception. This is a fundamental part of the supply chain when it comes to promoting solar energy.

By building houses with solar kits included, constructors can sell directly to customers then making builders becoming solar landlords. In addition, builders do not need to hire external labor, draftsmen or electricians as they are on their standard payroll and they will have very good prices for electrical items and solar kits as we have innovated the supply chain.

Builders are also very used to city permits and unifying the solar solution with kits per project and making all the houses in the neighborhood uniform regarding solar energy it will be very easy to get them cheaper and faster and they also can use their own staff for warranty issues at no additional cost and more when using our unified guarantee.

Including solar in built homes will make it easier and faster to rent or sell, which will improve business and this will not only benefit the environment, but also save homeowners money on their electricity bills.

The Integration Coefficient IC model promotes the fusion of various factories with the supply chain, facilitating a complete solution for the end user. In the solar case, this means that homebuilders can add solar panels and associated technology to the houses they build. By doing so, they can ensure that homes are energy efficient and reduce customer dependency on traditional energy sources.

Several countries have already made it mandatory for new houses to have solar panels installed. In California, all buildings built after 2020 must have solar panels installed. New York is following suit, with a mandate that all new homes have solar panels installed by 2025. Other states, such as Hawaii, have set ambitious goals including a mandate to achieve 100% renewable energy by 2045. In Italy, in January 2017, the Thermal Account 2.0 was approved, which requires the installation of renewable energy, such as solar, in all new buildings, and in Spain, the goal of achieving 100% renewable electricity by 2050 has been set, implementing various policies and incentives to promote it.

By building homes with solar kits included, builders will help promote solar energy use and sustainability. Additionally, by integrating solar power into homes, builders can differentiate themselves in the marketplace. In the end, the Integration Coefficient IC model adds irresistible benefits.

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