Critigen turned to DStreet to define how location data could break down the barriers to solar adoption. The DStreet team debuted the company and its solar mapping technologies, as well as its role in advancing solar adoption with the U.S. Department of Energy, CH2MHILL and cities across the United States. As a result of the work the company garnered 15 meetings and news coverage in over 40 outlets within weeks of the launch.
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