Using Software and Other Technologies to Make Renewable Energy a Cost-Effective Reality

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Head of Product Marketing Sitetracker

Melissa Morgan is the global head of product marketing at Sitetracker. With over 15 years in SaaS product marketing, her experience spans enterprise software categories including deployment...

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In a recent industry survey, 61% of respondents cited “not enough EV charging stations” as a barrier to widespread electric vehicle adoption rather than cost. Other industry analysts echo this sentiment, projecting that to keep up with EV growth through 2030, EV charging stations need to grow by 27% every year. The EV market is just one example of how alternative energy is no longer suffering the same roadblocks once thought.

While advances in alternative energy hardware have made renewables commercially viable, software can make them commercially advantageous, and supercharge your business’s growth potential and realization.

Download the industry report to learn how you can:

  • Reduce EV charging and commercial solar deployment times.
  • Enhance visibility and control of your alternative energy projects.
  • Double the capacity of your project managers.


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