Solar sales proposal templates help you to automate the creation, approval and sending of proposals to your client.
Table Of Contents1. Why to use a solar proposal template2. Typical contents for solar proposal2.1 Company profile2.2 Project or requirement details2.3 Solution Details2.4 Assumptions2.5 Financial analysis2.6 Terms & conditions2.7 Contact details3. Solar proposal templates3.1 Residential solar proposal templates3.2 Commercial solar proposal templates4. Automate solar project quotations
The typical sales process for a solar installation business is usually quite complex, involving site surveys, a lot of documentation and preliminary engineering. Understandably, it consumes much of time and effort of your sales reps and puts a lot of strain on them.
The amount of work involved in the solar sales process also limits the number of leads that you can work with in your sales pipeline.
One way to increase the bandwidth of your sales channel is to hire more sales people. But a cheaper, quicker and more scalable solution is to use automation for solar sales process.
You can use a software to automate the proposal creation and submission using a standard template. This software will plug the data from your solar CRM software into a standard proposal template, to create solar project quotation in seconds.
Now let’s look at the typical building blocks of an impactful solar sales proposal template.
Use the company profile section to establish credibility and trust around your business. If your business has been operational for a while, talk about your experience, past projects, recognition over the years.
However, if you are a new business, you can mention how your business is growing fast, catering to new happy customers each month.
Focus on your strengths to build trust with the customer.
Your proposal should start with the details of the proposed solar project. Specify your understanding of the requirements given to you by the customer.
This way you will confirm that you have correctly captured the customer requirements and accordingly proposed a solution. If there is ANY gap between customer’s expectations and your proposal, it can be identified and removed early on.
This is one of the most important parts of a proposal, capturing all technical details of the proposed solar PV installation. It should cover details like –
Use this section to get the technical approval from your customer. This section should be very detailed in case of larger projects where the technical proposal is reviewed by customer’s engineer. A detailed technical proposal will help in establishing your credibility on the technical side.
When you are proposing for smaller residential solar projects, you need to make this section easy to understand to a home owner, rather than making it very detailed.
If you have made any assumptions at the time of making this proposal it is better to clearly state them as such. Your customer should also understand those assumptions and sign off on them.
This will help you avoid any misunderstanding and disputes later on.
The detailed pricing for all materials, installation work and any other services should be listed in this section.
Use this space to provide a basic return on investment (ROI) analysis for the customer. This is especially important to convince home owners who may not do an ROI analysis on their own.
Details of contract, guarantee / warranty, payment terms, taxes, duties, freight charges should be covered in this section, if not already covered in financials.
Use this section to legally safeguard your proposal with following clauses – limitation of liability, indemnification, insurance, force majeure, arbitration etc. When you create a proposal template for your solar projects, get the standard terms and conditions reviewed by your lawyers.
Provide contact details for sales office and head office of your company.
Here are some standardized solar sales proposal templates for different types of projects. They are available in – Google Doc, MS Word or PDF formats. You can download these sales proposal template PDF for free.
You can also modify these templates for your own business using our solar CRM platform.
Download this editable template in Word or Google Doc format. Make changes to it to add your company information, logo etc. Then use this template to automate quotations with a solar proposal software.
Get it in Google DriveDownload as a MS Word fileDownload quotation template PDF file
You can use a standardized quotation template to easily automate solar project quotes. The important part of this automation will be a database of all information collected from the site survey form – site photos, measurements, budget, requirements, electricity consumption etc.
When you have all this data available in your CRM or in a spreadsheet, you can then use a script or some other automation workflow to create a project quote by plugging the prospect data into your proposal template.
Fuzen.io offers you a CRM software customized for solar projects. Fuzen’s solar CRM uses a Google spreadsheet to gather all the important inputs needed for a solar project proposal. This CRM also comes with project proposal templates that can be easily customized.
When you want to create a project quote for a customer, Fuzen will plug the prospect information into your customized proposal template. You can then email the solar quotation PDF directly from this CRM dashboard. These email templates will help you in writing a good proposal email.
This solar project CRM is available for a free trial. It doesn’t require any credit cards. Click here to start your 7 day free trial.
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