365 Pronto Leaders Talk Solar O&M Opportunities, 3G Sunset Solutions at InterSolar 2022
InterSolar North America—internationally recognized as of the top solar photovoltaic conferences and trade shows in the world—held its annual conference in Long Beach, CA, last week. Co-located with the Energy Storage North America conference, InterSolar offers high-quality training sessions, as well as a significant expo, offering a look into some of the industry’s newest residential and commercial developments. The event was held under strict health and safety protocol to ensure the maximum safety of participants.
365 Pronto leaders in attendance included:
- Scott Tonn, CEO
- Rue Phillips, co-founder and president
- Henry Dziuba, chief revenue officer
- Natalja Piliusnia, manager, operations
For the 2022 event’s expo, 365 Pronto joined forces with the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP), the top certifying body in the solar industry. 365 Pronto has a has a three-year exclusive relationship with NABCEP, providing 365 Pronto access to a 3,500-strong specialty labor pool.
“We were thrilled to be at InterSolar with our partners at NABCEP and to reconnect with the solar community,” said Rue Phillips, 365 Pronto’s co-founder and president. “We met so many fantastic 365 Pronto providers, as well as solar professionals who wanted to learn more about how our platform and solutions can help them expand their business.”
365 Pronto’s platform links owners of solar photovoltaic assets, electric vehicle supply equipment, as well as related battery storage and Internet of Things devices with a nationwide network of local and on-demand service workforce.
Attendees were especially interested in the opportunities that lie with the platform, as well as 365 Pronto’s custom solutions to help companies and customers navigate the 3G sunset’s impacts on cleantech devices. As early as February, major telecommunications carriers like AT&T and Verizon will stop supporting 2G and 3G devices, impacting as many as 22 million devices, including the solar meters and modems that communicate output to SREC brokers and aggregators, as well as utilities.
If these devices lose communications capabilities, customers could miss out on important ROI and incentives for their solar system’s production.
365 Pronto’s custom, wraparound technology and logistics solutions help companies across the county to help residential and commercial solar customers navigate the 3G sunset. For more information about these programs, or to speak to an expert about the 3G sunset’s impacts on cleantech devices, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.