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Power2Peer’s app-based energy marketplace—P2PConnect—will open up entirely new market segments to the reach of solar generation. For community members unable to pursue the long-term investment of a rooftop solar panel installation, buying locally sourced clean energy is an easy and affordable way to buy into the sustainability movement. Corporate clients and small businesses alike will see immediate value and branding upside in offsetting their carbon footprints with energy that’s there even when the main grid goes down. By expanding the customer base, the P2PConnect energy marketplace enhances the value of solar energy. This means wins for the renewable industry at large and small-scale solar producers. In many cases, “prosumers”—residential producers of solar who also consume energy—will be able to achieve 100% sustainability through the P2PConnect marketplace.

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