Billd is now working with Sunstone Credit, solar loan finance platform for businesses, to accelerate the adoption of solar in the U.S. commercial space by providing right-sized financing solutions for all stakeholders in the process

Billd will offer its terms for material purchases to Sunstone’s national network of solar developer partners, allowing them more working capital flexibility in delivering solar projects for their commercial customers.

“Our product has proven to be a huge boost for solar contractors across the country and this partnership brings together the missing links for the industry,” says Spencer Carlson, Strategic Partnerships at Billd. “Solar contractors are our No. 1 trade, which proves that we are solving a major pain point for these companies and contributing to their accelerated growth. Partnering with Sunstone allows us to solve another pain point for our customers. The combined solution will help us build even more value-added relationships with contractors in the commercial solar industry.”

Billd has taken major strides in the construction industry to provide financing terms that align with payment cycles. Trade contractors and suppliers are typically the last to get paid, waiting on average over 85 days. A recent U.S. market report from Billd that surveyed over 500 contractors found that 63% of contractors pay for materials before receiving payment for their work, while 74% of contractors have terms with their suppliers of 30 days or less. Billd works to help alleviate this financial burden and allows trade contractors to buy commercial materials upfront and get projects started faster.

“We are excited to partner with Billd, an industry leader that shares a similar mission to our own,” says Scott Muckleroy, VP of Finance at Sunstone. “At Sunstone, we strive to deliver a best-in-class experience to our solar developer partners from beginning to end, enabling them to sell to more commercial customers and grow their businesses. We are thrilled that through this partnership with Billd, our partners will be able to continue offering the full suite of Sunstone’s loan products to customers, but with more flexibility in managing their finances throughout the process.”

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