United States Deal Tracker

A Comprehensive Listing of Non-Residential US Photovoltaic Projects Under Construction, Completed, or Planned

The United States Deal Tracker is a monthly report that provides a detailed listing of more than 7,500 PV projects (50 kW and larger). Included are the names of the PV system owners or hosts for every project installed or planned since the beginning of 2010. Also, more than 3,600 PV installation companies operating in thousands of US cities are covered.

Reasons to Subscribe

Decision makers throughout the solar PV supply chain subscribe to the United States Deal Tracker to monitor projects by installer, EPC, project owner, market segment, installation year, city, state, balance of system specifications, and other important criteria.

Identify new opportunities based on

  • Upcoming projects that need partners or suppliers (both with and without current RFPs)
  • Delayed or terminated projects for opportunities to complete or revise them
  • Recently completed projects for potential follow-up business opportunities

The detailed list of installers and project developers helps new companies form corporate partnerships, pursue acquisitions, or negotiate supply contracts with experienced downstream companies.

Data Covered

A detailed listing of US solar projects (50 kW and larger) completed or planned since the beginning of 2010

A robust pivot table and an Excel database tracking over 50 data points for each project:

  • Developer, Installer, EPC, Designer, Electrical Contractor
  • Owner and Host
  • Type of Installation: Ground, Roof, BIPV, Carport
  • Location: City, County, State (physical address if known)
  • Price, $/W, Financier, Funding, PPA/FIT details
  • System Size: MW AC/DC, 1styr kWh, Acreage/Sq footage
  • Timeline: Start, Completion, Phasing, Progress status
  • RFP: Deadline dates and contact information
  • Project Contact Name
  • BOS details: Module, Inverter, Racking, Tracking
  • Transmission for large projects, Market Segment and Sub-segment
  • Operation/Maintenance, Monitoring
  • Utility Territory, Programs

Key Questions Answered

  • Who are the most promising commercial and government customers based on recent completed and upcoming projects?
  • Which types of projects (system size, roof or ground, fixed versus tracking) are the most common for each location and customer?
  • What is the installed system price for a project similar to what you are developing?
  • Which financiers are active in this market and what types of projects do they support?
  • Which companies have recently entered into new installer/project developer alliances?
  • Which installers and project developers should you contact for module supply?
  • How can you ensure that module specs are configured to meet upcoming RFP requirements and current trends for end-market segments and applications?

Delivery Schedule

The first week of each month

Contact Us

Contact us for report details and information on package pricing.

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