Energy Toolbase Debuts Software for Solar, Energy Storage PPA Financing Quotes

Energy Toolbase has launched Sustainable Capital Finance (SCF) as its latest financing integration partner. This partnership enables ETB Developer users to instantly generate power purchase agreements (PPA) financing quotes for commercial and industrial (C&I) and non-profit solar + storage projects without leaving the platform through SCF’s PPA solution.

Energy Toolbase’s modeling platform supports project developers, energy organizations and Fortune 500 companies in accurately and transparently modeling the avoided cost of solar + storage projects. The software also allows users to create any type of financing solution such as a cash purchase or PPA lease, loan, or loan.

With ETB’s Developer’s newest financing integration feature, users can seamlessly generate complete financing quotes that are integrated with avoided cost and project cash flows. This allows project developers to streamline the process of generating an indicative quotation by eliminating the need for multiple applications. It also speeds up the process of modeling, optimizing financing solutions, and deploying projects.

SCF is a third party financier that works directly alongside solar integrators to provide PPA solutions for municipal, nonprofit and commercial projects. SCF makes PPA financing more accessible to C&I and nonprofit sectors by providing solutions for projects 100 kW and up. SCF is a partner in more than 200 EPCs and developers, and provides project financing, acquisition, and ownership.

“We’re particularly excited to be launching our financing integration with an industry leader like Sustainable Capital,” states Matt Cimo, manager of platform sales at Energy Toolbase. “To provide a financing option within the platform that serves a sector that has previously had very few financing options will be a game-changer for our userbase.”

“Sustainable Capital Finance has witnessed the Energy Toolbase platform evolve into one of the premier software solutions in the renewable energy space,” says Joel Binstock, SCF’s manager of origination and partnerships. “We are very excited about the opportunity to integrate our two platforms and provide a more streamlined approach to project financing for our customers. Our collaboration will further standardize the approach to solar and storage third-party financing.”