Archive for April, 2011

Solar Classes

Tuesday, April 5th, 2011

Despite the benefits of solar energy, convincing a potential client to pay thousands – or even millions – of dollars to make the transition can be a long conversation, especially without the proper training and solar classes.

By taking solar classes in solar sales, you will know the details of federal and state government incentives, or whether the utility provider offers financing. And fortunately, with most utilities’ channel programs, sales agents don’t have to be technical experts, but should know about the rudimentary facts of solar technology.

In fact, agents probably will find the experience mirrors that of working with a telecom hardware vendor — the sales agent brings the lead and the supplier does most of the heavy lifting. You just want to sell the turnkey service.

Learn more about solar classes.

Solar Training

Tuesday, April 5th, 2011

Sales agents with solar training in solar sales can make serious bank selling solar to entities such as residential properties, schools, government agencies, hotels and resorts, data centers, manufacturers, large businesses and cities.

Depending on project costs, and depending on contracts, solar sales commissions can range from a couple hundred dollars to the high six-figures off of huge commissions per sale. The amounts vary among contractors; it’s a safe bet to count on earning 3-5 percent of a deal’s overall capital expenditure.

Learn more about solar training.

Solar System for Business

Saturday, April 2nd, 2011

Selling solar systems for business is a hot job venture in the solar industry.

According to experts, sales agents can make serious bank selling solar to entities such as residential properties, schools, government agencies, hotels and resorts, data centers, manufacturers, large businesses and cities.

Depending on project costs, and depending on contracts, solar sales commissions can range from a couple hundred dollars to the high six-figures off of huge commissions per sale.

The amounts vary among contractors; it’s a safe bet to count on earning 3-5 percent of a deal’s overall capital expenditure.

Read more about selling solar systems for business.

Solar Installer Course

Friday, April 1st, 2011

As demand grows amongst property owners for solar system installations, so too does the need for solar companies to close system sales.

If you are looking to learn the techniques and skills of closing system sales, the solar installer course for solar sales is a great place to start.

Learn more about increasing your solar system sales results with the solar installer course.

Solar Panel Sales

Friday, April 1st, 2011

As more people are looking at solar panels as their power source for the future, more jobs are being create to accomodate these property owners.

Solar panel sales are on the rise, and with it, a need for companies to educate property owners and close system sales.

If you are interested in learning how you can improve you solar panel sales results, a class in NLP solar sales training is your solution.

Learn more about solar panel sales classes and how you can begin closing more sales.