Registering for an account
If you’re new to SolarAnywhere, you can register for an account by taking the following steps:
  1. On the Login page, click the link to “Sign Up” in the upper right of the login screen.
  2. On the registration page, you’ll need to provide the following information to create an account. Please see our Privacy Statement regarding use of customer information.
    1. First Name
    2. Last Name
    3. Email (this will also serve as your username)
    4. Company or Organization Name
    5. User-created password (requires a minimum of 6 alpha-numeric characters)
  3. Click the Sign Up button, here:
  4. Next, you’ll receive an email from support@solaranywhere.com containing a link to verify your account. Click the link and you’ll be taken to the login page. Use your email and password to login and start requesting SolarAnywhere Data!
Registered users will be granted public data access. Public data access includes:
  • Hourly timeseries irradiance (GHI/DNI/DIF) data from 1998 – 2015 based on SolarAnywhere v2.5 Standard 10-km Resolution
  • Typical GHI/DNI Year data based on 1998 – 2012 based on SolarAnywhere v2.3 Standard 10-km Resolution (NSRDB equivalent)
  • Limitations on the amount of data that can be returned in a single request
For additional access, including our latest SolarAnywhere v3.2 solar model, Enhanced 1-km Resolution or multi-year downloads, please contact us or complete the purchase form.
Requesting SolarAnywhere Data
Whether you have public data or licensed access to SolarAnywhere, you can request data from the website by following these steps:
For more information, please see:
Managing Users
SolarAnywhere users can have one of two roles: standard users and license managers.
Standard users can download data and receive service notifications.
License Managers have additional permissions including:
  • User management: add, remove, and promote users
  • License management: manage permissions and gain instant access to new services, which may be billable events
Only authorized persons from your company should be License Managers. License managers are encouraged to:
  • Add colleagues to your license, ensuring that everyone has access to the data they need.
  • Remove users who no longer need access, which helps keep your data secure.
Only current employees of your company are permitted to use your SolarAnywhere license. This ensures that your data including data access, company user names, download history, and site names are kept confidential.
Giving a third-party access to your data is a violation of the SolarAnywhere license agreement. If you need to give a third-party access to your data, please contact support@solaranywhere.com.