Unveils Solar Monitoring Program’s integrated solar monitoring solution for service providers includes a suite of solar automation and awareness services and a solar program certification course.

TYSONS, Virginia – (Nasdaq: ALARM) is the latest smart home/security company to enter the solar energy business. The company announces that it now offers an integrated solar monitoring solution.

Designed for service providers, the program includes a new solar automation and awareness service pack and a solar program certification course.’s solar monitoring offering allows customers with SolarEdge and Enphase inverters (which together account for more than 90% of all solar inverters in the United States, according to the company) to monitor production and consumption of energy from domestic solar panels.

With the Solar Monitoring add-on, subscribers can track energy data for the day, week, past month, and past 12 months. All within the mobile app, users can monitor the property’s solar data as well as security and other energy-saving devices and features, to lower utility bills and reduce energy consumption. environmental footprint.

As part of a complete smart energy management solution, Solar Monitoring gives subscribers the insights and insights needed to reduce overall energy consumption and manage a large ecosystem of automation devices to compensate when the solar production is low, such as raising the thermostat set point or turning off the lights, depending on the company.

“ offers solar monitoring as part of an all-in-one solution in response to customers’ desire for sustainable energy solutions with their home automation and security system,” said Shawn Barry, vice president of strategic sales at “’s solar monitoring integration allows homeowners with SolarEdge or Enphase inverters to monitor home solar panel energy production and consumption within the mobile app, allowing them to take smarter decisions about home energy use.” says service provider partners recognize the growing opportunity solar power solutions can have on their but many don’t know where to start. However, the Solar Program can assist service providers by integrating third-party solar market leaders into the proposal, licensing, and installation process.

The Solar Program offers two new solar service plans that are available to potential or current customers.

Ryan H. Bowman