NABCEP is committed to providing a certification program of quality and integrity for the professionals and consumer/public it is designed to serve. Professionals who choose to become certified demonstrate their competence in the field and their commitment to upholding high standards of ethical and professional practice.
NABCEP’s goal is to develop voluntary national certification programs that will:
- Promote renewable energy
- Provide value to Solar Installation and Sales Professionals
- Promote worker safety and skill
- Promote consumer confidence
NABCEP holds all Certified Professionals to the highest standards. If you have an ethical complaint against a NABCEP Certified individual please view the Ethics Proceedures.
If you have an operational or policy complaint, objection, dispute, grievance, disagreement or similar matter to file please view the Grievance Policy. This policy will apply to any grievance matter concerning an action, policy or practice of the NABCEP as a corporate body; NABCEP candidates or certificants; the NABCEP Board of Directors and Officers; NABCEP executive management and staff; NABCEP Committee members; and NABCEP volunteers and representatives acting on behalf of the NABCEP (parties).
Non-endorsement and Disclaimer Statement
NABCEP does not endorse, sponsor, or otherwise support the services or products of any individual or organization, including those who provide an Internet link to the NABCEP website. NABCEP is not in any way responsible for such services or products, or the representations made by those individuals or organizations concerning their services or products. NABCEP is the national certification organization for professional installers in the field of renewable energy. NABCEP issues voluntary certification credentials to those qualified professionals who satisfy eligibility requirements established by the Board of Directors. NABCEP certification is not a professional license issued by a government agency, and does not authorize a certificant to practice.
NABCEP certificants must comply with all legal requirements related to practice, including licensing laws.