You can now identify grounded-mounted arrays using the
ground_mounted field in Design Summary API. The flag indicates whether panels are mounted on the ground (true) or on a roof surface (false). With the new field, you can apply alternative solar workflows to ground mounts.
You can now retrieve the layout of each array using Retrieve Racking Arrays API. With the layout data, you can streamline your racking design workflow and automate PV system design validation.
You can now programmatically delete projects from your Aurora tenant using Delete Project API, so you can easily manage and maintain an accurate list of projects across any system in your stack.
You can now create a project asset by uploading an image or document via Create Project Asset API. If you’re using the Aurora Plan Sets service, the new API enables you to automatically upload site survey pictures and other digital files pertinent to your plan set request.
Roof Summary API now returns the effective mean roof height and the mean height for each roof face. Measured in accordance with ASCE 7-16, the effective mean roof height is calculated as the highest mean height of roof faces with panels on them. With the roof height information, you can streamline your roof replacement quoting as well as post-sale solar workflows including racking system design.
Roof Summary API now returns the roof shape as
gable. If a shape cannot be determined,
undefined will be returned. With the roof shape, you can can streamline your post-sale solar workflows including racking system design.
With the Plan Sets API, you can programmatically create plan set requests and retrieve plan set documents. You can also receive notifications in real-time when a plan set request’s status changes by subscribing to the
plan_set_request_status_changed webhook event.
You can now retrieve the dealer fee % via Retrieve Financing endpoint. With the new field, you can assure that systems downstream from Aurora have a complete picture of the finance arrangement.
With the new Retrieve Agreement Link endpoint, you can download and store the signed agreements in your CRM or equivalent. The link expires after 72 hours and is rate limited to 5 requests per minute.
With tag-based restricted API keys, you can now include specific tags (set using the Projects API) when creating restricted API keys. This allows you to further refine and control which apps in your IT ecosystem have access to what project data in your Aurora tenant.