Clean Power Research

Clean Power Research supports the planning, selling and operation of solar and other renewable energy systems and energy efficiency technologies. The company offers solutions in solar prediction, energy valuation, research, program optimization, and consultancy. Its product portfolio includes PowerCleark, software that helps reduce solar soft costs by taking formerly paper-intensive interconnection application processes online; PowerBill, which delivers objective, personalized, and comprehensive economic analysis of complicated home and business energy investment decisions; and SolarAnywhere, a software platform that delivers up-to-date and accurate implementation of the SUNY satellite-based irradiance model. Clean Power Research is based in Napa, California, United States.