July 20, 2010

NABCEP Publishes Revised JTA for PV Installer Certification

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The North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) is pleased to announce the publication of a revised edition of the Job Task Analysis that is the foundational document for their industry-leading PV Installer Certification program. The Board accepted the recommendations of a wide-ranging group of subject matter experts who were empanelled to review the Job Task Analysis (JTA) for the PV Installer Certification. The panel added considerably more detail to the JTA and at the same time unanimously reasserted that extensive knowledge of designing stand-alone and grid tied PV systems is a core component of being a fully professional PV system installer. The work of the panel was validated by a survey of over 5,000 active PV professionals.

Subject matter experts from the US and Canada, most of them who hold the NABCEP Certified PV Installer credential, reaffirmed the fact the knowledge and skills required to be a Certified PV Installer are multifaceted and transcend any one individual trade. While electrical knowledge and a strong familiarity with relevant codes is a core element of the requirements of a PV system installer, the panel confirmed that the certificant must also have significant knowledge about construction and roofing methods and techniques, advanced math skills, familiarity with sheet metal work and a strong understanding of the design principles of all types of solar electric systems.

Ezra Auerbach NABCEP’s Executive Director says, “The panelists were selected on the basis of bringing together a group that reflects the range within the PV installer community. Individuals who work for small and large contractors, PV manufacturers and distributors, self-employed PV business owners, code experts, PV engineers, and PV educators were all represented in the group.” He continues, “It was gratifying to see the commonality of viewpoint that emerged from this highly diverse group.

Bob-O Schultze, a NABCEP Board member with over twenty five years experience as a PV installer and business owner who took part in the development of this revision of the JTA says, “Our industry is changing rapidly and the skills needed to install PV systems are changing with it. NABCEP is committed to keeping the PV Installer Certification current with technologies that reflect the multi-craft aspect of being a PV installer.”

NABCEP’s PV Installer Certification is the only renewable energy personnel credential that is accredited to ANSI/ISO 17024 standards – the highest degree of recognition that a personnel-credentialing program can earn. A regular JTA review is part of the requirements to maintain ANSI/ISO 17024 accreditation. This is to ensure that the credential remains relevant in a growing and changing market place.

Don Warfield, Chairperson of NABCEP says, “This document illustrates the range of knowledge that a fully qualified PV System installer must have. Clearly working safely with electrical components is but a single, albeit very critical, element in the NABCEP Certified PV Installer’s necessary skill set.” He continues, “Looking at the depth and range of the work and responsibilities outlined in this Job Task Analysis shows that the work performed by NABCEP Certified Installers includes that of a PV system designer and project manager. This is also borne out by the fact that many of our Certificants do hold more senior and responsible roles than ‘crew leader’ within the companies they own or work for.”

There are six major content domains covered by the NABCEP Certified PV Installer JTA. The examination blueprint that was developed along with the JTA revision shows what percentage of the exam will cover each domain. It is weighted as follows: Designing Systems 30%; Managing the Project 17%; Installing Electrical Components 22%; Installing Mechanical Components 8%; Completing System Installation 12%; and Conducting Maintenance and Troubleshooting Activities 11%. Candidates for the September 2010 NABCEP exam are encouraged to review the revised exam blueprint carefully as the exam will be based on it.

View the revised JTA for PV Installer Certification.

NABCEP Press Release
July 20, 2010

July 2, 2010

Calendar set through Spring 2011 for NABCEP exams

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The dates for NABCEP’s certification exams for PV, solar thermal and small wind have been set through March 2011.  Deadline for applications for those exams have also been scheduled.

July 9th, 2010: Application deadline for the September 11th, 2010  solar PV, solar thermal and small wind exams.

September 11th, 2010: Exams for solar PV, solar thermal and small wind installer certification.

January 14th, 2011: Application deadline for the March 26th, 2011 solar PV, solar thermal and small wind exams.

March 26th, 2011: Exams for solar PV, solar thermal and small wind installer certification.

June 13, 2010

NABCEP Releases Small Wind Installer Certification Resource Guide; first small wind certifying exam on 9/11/10

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FOR RELEASE:  June 15, 2010

Contact: Ezra Auerbach

(Clifton Park, NY) – The North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) has just released its Small Wind Installer Certification Exam Resource Guide, a useful and practical resource for those planning to take NABCEP’s Small Wind Installer Certification Exam.  The first small wind certifying exam is scheduled for Saturday, September 11, 2010, at various locations in the U.S.

The small wind installers’ exam is based on the task analysis, a blueprint of the various skills required by an installer to successfully and safely install any small wind-electric system.  The task analysis was developed by NABCEP’s small wind technical committee and vetted by a number of small wind stakeholders including successful installers, manufacturers, supply chain companies, public benefits program administrators, state energy offices, and small wind advocates.

“The committee has chosen what it feels are useful references for the skills, knowledge set, and practices cited in the task analysis,” said Ezra Auerbach, NABCEP’s Executive Director.  “We are confident that a working knowledge of the content of the resources we have listed will go a long way to successfully and safely installing any small wind-electric system, and prepare you for taking the exam.”

The task analysis contains eight sections.  The percentage assigned to each section represents the emphasis that the exam committee gave to each section when creating and choosing questions for the NABCEP small wind installer exam.

Included in the Guide is a list of basic skills, from computer to utility interconnection to construction is included, and a list of basic tools, from tape measure to hard hat.

The resources are categorized as ‘general’ and ‘specific.’ The general resources precede the task analysis.  “A competent small wind installer should be quite familiar with these resources,” said Auerbach.   Specific resources are those that show up in the individual sections of the task analysis, are supplemental to the primary resources, and pertinent to the section in which they are listed.

According to Auerbach, the resources have not been prioritized or weighted in any way.  “All of them are of significant value,” he said.  “Practitioners may also have a working knowledge of favorite resources that have served them well for small wind installations.  It’s important to realize that these are resources, not study manuals or keys that will unlock the small wind installer exam questions.”

Deadline to apply for the September 11, 2010 small wind certifying exam is July 9th.

You can download NABCEP’s Small Wind Installer Certification Resource Guide.

For more information, visit www.nabcep.org

June 2, 2010

NABCEP Announces the Creation of the Walt Ratterman Award for Creative Community Energy

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Clifton Park, NY, June 2, 2010 – NABCEP

The Board and Staff of the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) are pleased to announce the creation of the Walt Ratterman Award for Creative Community Energy. “We have launched this award to recognize and honor Walt and his astonishing renewable energy work among some of the world’s most needy people,” says NABCEP Executive Director Ezra Auerbach.

Walt channeled his efforts into the non-profit 501(c)(3) charitable organization he co-founded, SunEnergy Power International (SunEPI). The company’s mission is “to promote an increased quality of life in remote, rural regions of the world through the use of renewable energy”. More information about SunEPI can be found at www.sunepi.org. As one of NABCEP’S first certificants Walt did all of us proud with the quality of work he left behind everywhere he went.

His wife, Jeanne Ratterman, says, “His humor, love, knowledge, hard work ethic, thoroughness, teaching and insisting on work that would meet code in any affluent country of the world, leaving his students with a working knowledge and a skill for work in their country to maintain the systems were all part of why those he helped loved him.  He returned to make sure systems continued working optimally, and embellished any teaching that was needed.”

The “Walt Ratterman” award will be presented to the NABCEP Certificant who does the most creative public service oriented renewable energy project of the year. Installations can be domestic or off shore, but they must be performed at no charge for a charitable organization. Considerations such as legacy, local labor and material content, on-the-job-training and project sustainability will help guide the award committee.

Board Chair Don Warfield says, “Walt was an amazing man; his commitment to those less fortunate was one of his defining characteristics. His work was inspirational for many in our industry. By creating this award we hope that Walt’s legacy will continue to inspire other RE installers to follow his formidable lead.”

Nominees for the award must be NABCEP Certificants in good standing and may work in any technology that NABCEP offers certifications for. The recipient of the award will be announced each year at a major renewable energy conference. Nominations should include details of the individual nominated, their projects and the nominator’s reasons for the nomination. All nominations should be forwarded to Ezra Auerbach (eauerbach@nabcep.org).

The first recipient of this award will be announced in 2011, nominations for the award will be accepted until December 31, 2010.

For more information about the Award, please see the Information Sheet on NABCEP’s website.

About NABCEP

The North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) is a volunteer board of renewable energy stakeholder representatives that includes representatives of the solar industry, NABCEP certificants, renewable energy organizations, state policy makers, educational institutions, and the trades. Each member of the board was chosen because of his or her experience and involvement in the solar energy industry. NABCEP’s mission – to support, and work with, the renewable energy and energy efficiency industries, professionals, and stakeholders – is intended to develop and implement quality credentialing and certification programs for practitioners.

About Walt Ratterman

Walt Ratterman went from shop boy to Senior Vice President in the 15 years he did projects for Foley Electric, Inc. (one of America’s largest electrical contractors) for fifteen years. He subsequently founded TRC Electrical Construction Services, a commercial electrical contracting firm installing solar PV systems in Pennsylvania and Maryland. In 2003 Walt was one of the first PV installers to pass the rigorous North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) certification exam. He earned a Master of Science degree in Renewable Energy from Murdoch University in Australia, and has extensive renewable energy design and installation experience internationally.

Walt’s hands-on PV experience includes residential and commercial PV installations in the eastern U.S., as well as rural solar PV installations in Nicaragua, the Galapagos Islands, southern Ecuador, Peru, Arunachal Pradesh in India, Burma, Thailand, and Rwanda with NGO organizations such as Solar Energy International and Knightsbridge International. A Commissioner of the Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation Walt has participated in humanitarian relief efforts in other diverse developing nations including Afghanistan, southern Philippines, and Cambodia.

For more information about Walt and his remarkable work, please listen to this podcast available on RenewableEnergyWorld.com about his life and his impact on the solar industry.

About SunEnergy Power International

It is the mission of SunEnergy Power International to promote an increased quality of life in remote, rural regions of the world through the use of renewable energy. SunEPI concentrates on some of the more difficult areas of the world: difficult due to either remoteness or geopolitical conditions in the area. Our projects are driven by what our clients tell us their needs are, and most often focus on basic life essentials such as delivery of health systems and delivery of water.

Contributions to continue the legacy of Walt’s work may be made to SunEnergy Power International at their website (www.sunepi.org).

May 20, 2010

NABCEP Announces New Level in PV Installer Certification Program

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CLIFTON PARK, NY, May 20, 2010 – The North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) announces new credentialing programs in response to growing renewable energy markets.

NABCEP’s newest credential will be for qualified electricians (journeyman/journeyperson) who work in non-supervisory roles on PV installation crews. This certification will focus on installing PV systems safely and will also cover the principals of the application, design and operation of grid-tie PV systems.

Ezra Auerbach, NABCEP’s Executive Director, says, “This new credential is being developed in recognition that the work of a PV installer has become multifaceted and more levels of certification have become necessary.” He says, “On many jobs, especially those with larger scope, the installer is a qualified electrician who is called upon to perform work that has already undergone engineering review and is on a job site that is readied for the electrical trades. This certification is aimed at those individuals.”

NABCEP Chairperson Don Warfield says, “Keeping pace with the evolution of job roles in the renewable sector is a priority for NABCEP. We are working closely with Certified PV Installers and electrical trades stakeholders on our Board, [the IBEW (International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers), IEC (Independent Electrical Contractors), NECA (National Electrical Contractors Association), NJATC (National Joint Apprenticeship Committee)], to ensure that the credential meets their stated needs.”

Auerbach says, “There is a ground swell of interest in PV practitioner training and strong demand for NABCEP’S credentialing programs. UL University’s (ULU) recent announcement that they are entering the business of offering PV training to qualified electricians is one more validation of the need for this level of certification. I encourage ULU to use the nationally recognized Task Analyses and practitioner credentialing programs developed by NABCEP for their training programs. We have no doubt that they will do an excellent job at ULU in their PV training and we would hope that their students will have the opportunity to demonstrate their educational successes by sitting for NABCEP’s professional credentialing exams.”

NABCEP’s flagship PV Installer Certification is open to individuals who have installation experience and advanced training. Passing the PV Installer Certification exam demonstrates the candidate’s knowledge of the design, installation, commissioning and troubleshooting of grid-tie and stand-alone PV systems. This certification is widely held by personnel who lead PV installation crews.

About NABCEP:

The North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) is a volunteer board of renewable energy stakeholder representatives that includes representatives of the solar industry, NABCEP certificants, renewable energy organizations, state policy makers, educational institutions, and the trades. Each member of the board was chosen because of his or her experience and involvement in the solar energy industry. NABCEP’s mission – to support, and work with, the renewable energy and energy efficiency industries, professionals, and stakeholders – is intended to develop and implement quality credentialing and certification programs for practitioners.

About IBEW:

The IBEW is an international labor organization that represents approximately 725,000 workers in the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico, Guam and the Republic of Panama. The IBEW has members in construction, utilities, manufacturing, telecommunications, broadcasting, railroads and government.

About IEC:

Established in 1957, IEC is a trade association representing almost 3,500 members with 67 chapters nationwide. Headquartered in Alexandria, Va., IEC is the nation’s premier trade association representing America’s independent electrical and systems contractors. IEC is seen as a leader in apprenticeship and training, contractor management education, codes and standards and promoting the merit shop philosophy on Capitol Hill.  Amongst its goals is to proved the industry with IEC National aggressively works with the industry to establish a competitive environment for the merit shop – a philosophy that promotes the concept of free enterprise, open competition and economic opportunity for all. 

 

About NECA:

NECA is the voice of the $120 billion electrical construction industry responsible for bringing lighting, power, and communications to buildings and communities across the United States. NECA’s national office and local chapters advance the industry through advocacy, education, research, and standards development. For more information, visit www.necanet.org.

About NJATC:

The NJATC is a nonprofit organization founded in 1941 by the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW). The organization is committed to developing and standardizing education in the electrical industry to properly and effectively train members of NECA and the IBEW; providing the electrical construction industry with the most highly trained and skilled workforce possible. Since its inception, more than 325,000 apprentices have completed NJATC training programs and become competent Journeymen, making the organization one of the largest training and apprenticeship programs of its kind. For more information, go to www.njatc.org

May 18, 2010

NABCEP Releases the Small Wind Installer Certification Application Ahead of the September 2010 Exam

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Clifton Park, NY, May 19, 2010 – NABCEP

The North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) is pleased to announce that effective immediately it is accepting applications to sit for the first administration of the Small Wind Installer Certification exam. This is NABCEP’s first certification for installers of a non-solar technology. It will target practitioners who specify, install and maintain wind energy systems and equipment. In the scope of this new credential, a small wind energy system is defined as being a grid connected or off-grid system with or without batteries rated at 100 kW or less.

 Don Warfield, Chair of NABCEP’s Board, says, “The launch of this new Small Wind Installer Certification is another step in the right direction for NABCEP. The organization now offers a voluntary installer certification to Solar PV, Solar Thermal and Small Wind installers. This is a great achievement for NABCEP since these credentials support the increased adoption of three technologies essential to the renewable energy future of North America.”

 Mick Sagrillo, a small wind stakeholder representative on the NABCEP Board of Directors and owner of Sagrillo Power & Light in Wisconsin says, “Small wind has become a formidable industry in the United States, with over $82 million in sales in 2009.  The past three years has seen the installation of 50 MW of small wind turbines in the US.  This is explosive growth, and nearly all of these systems were installed by small company installers.  Clearly, the time is right for the NABCEP Small Wind Installer Certification.”

 Ezra Auerbach, Executive Director of NABCEP, agrees, saying; “As a credentialing organization for renewable energy practitioners, the small wind installer certification is a natural fit within our growing suite of professional certifications. Like all of our other programs this one was developed with active, industry stakeholder involvement. It is always gratifying to see competitors working side-by-side on NABCEP committees; it points to the depth of commitment our volunteers bring to the table.”

 The eligibility requirements to sit for this certification exam can be found in NABCEP’s new all-inclusive Candidate Information Handbook under Section 5. Applications are open and the online application is accessible from the NABCEP homepage: www.NABCEP.org.

 The first exam will be administered on September 11, 2010 with applications due on July 9, 2010. NABCEP staff can be contacted by phone and email with any questions or you can speak with us directly at the ASES National Conference (Booth #212) and at the Small Wind Conference and Midwest Renewable Energy Conference in June.

About NABCEP
The North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) is a volunteer board of renewable energy stakeholder representatives. Our mission is to support, and work with the renewable energy and energy efficiency industries, professionals, and stakeholders to develop and implement quality credentialing and certification programs for practitioners.

May 5, 2010

NABCEP Seeks Volunteers to Help Develop a Company Accreditation Program

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Clifton Park, NY, May 5, 2010 – NABCEP

Overview

NABCEP is pleased to announce that it will develop a Company Accreditation Program for renewable energy companies that meet specific and verifiable criteria based on business practices, hiring practices, and social and environmental policies and practices.

Working with the financial support of New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA), NABCEP will work with stakeholders to define the criteria, eligibility, fees, and policies for the accreditation. Jane Weissman, Vice Chair of NABCEP, will chair the Company Accreditation Committee.

Call for Volunteers

NABCEP’s first step in developing criteria for company accreditation is to establish a committee of volunteers representative of stakeholders who will be affected by or who will seek to attain the credential. To that end, NABCEP is calling for volunteers from installation companies of various sizes, sales and distribution companies, RE manufacturers, certificants, trade organizations, government and consumer advocates.

The committee will:

  • Meet by phone and through webinars;
  • Meet in person to develop the framework for the credential;
  • Assist staff who will circulate the framework validation survey to company executives likely to seek the credential; and
  • Present to the NABCEP Board a draft of criteria, eligibility requirements, fees, policies and procedures for company accreditation.

Timeline and Volunteer Commitment

It is NABCEP’s intent to have the Accreditation Committee’s draft presented to the Board in October 2010. Described activities will take place from June-September. Committee members should expect to devote two days plus travel for in-person meetings, 15-20 hours of phone and web-based meetings, and any follow up committee assignments. Committee members may be asked to volunteer up to forty hours of time on this project.

Volunteer Criteria and Selection Process

NABCEP committees represent the full range of stakeholders who are affected by the mandate of the committee. Volunteers are sought from all the sectors of the renewable energy industry that would be affected by company accreditation.

To volunteer, please send an email with a brief explanation of the stakeholder group you feel you represent along with a copy of your CV (two page maximum). Send emails with the subject line “Company Accreditation Volunteer” to info@nabcep.org. NABCEP staff and the committee chair will review expressions of interest and select committee members that create the most balanced and representative group possible. The deadline to submit resumes for consideration is May 21, 2010.

About NABCEP:

The North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) is a volunteer board of renewable energy stakeholder representatives that includes representatives of the solar industry, NABCEP certificants, renewable energy organizations, state policy makers, educational institutions, and the trades. Each member of the board was chosen because of his or her experience and involvement in the solar energy industry. NABCEP’s mission – to support, and work with, the renewable energy and energy efficiency industries, professionals, and stakeholders – is intended to develop and implement quality credentialing and certification programs for practitioners.

April 27, 2010

NABCEP Certification Grows 25% Following the March 2010 Exam

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Clifton Park, NY, April 13, 2010 – NABCEP

NABCEP would like to congratulate the 287 newly NABCEP Certified Photovoltaic and Solar Thermal Installers who were notified last week that they had passed the March 13, 2010 Installer Certification exams.

The PV Installer Certification took another giant leap with a 32% increase in candidates which ultimately led to 259 new Certified PV Installers ™. NABCEP has now awarded the PV Installer Certification to 1,196 installers around the country, a 27% increase since September 2009. In just two years, the number of active NABCEP Certified PV Installers has more than doubled from 517 in March 2008.

The ST Installer Certification saw a 10% increase in the number of candidates, and 28 candidates were awarded the Solar Thermal Installer Certification, a 100% increase from September 2009. NABCEP has certified 132 Solar Thermal installers to date. These numbers are very encouraging and mirror the progress of the PV Certification from 2003 until 2007. NABCEP expects the Solar Thermal Installer Certification to experience high growth in the next 1-2 years especially after the launch of some solar thermal incentive programs.

NABCEP will be launching a number of programs in the next year. In May, NABCEP will start accepting applications for the first administration of the Small Wind Installer Exam in September 2010.  NABCEP has recently released the Job Task Analysis (JTA) for the much awaited PV Technical Sales Certification and will soon release the Eligibility Requirements for that Certification.

Ezra Auerbach, NABCEP’s Executive Director says, “The continued impressive growth of the number of individuals who have become NABCEP Certified speaks volumes about the acceptance of our program. The numbers speak for themselves – the growth of our certificant population  shows the strong support that we enjoy from the industries we serve”.

For more information on how to become NABCEP Certified or to search for a NABCEP Certified installer, please visit www.nabcep.org. The next scheduled Certification exam is September 11th, 2010 with the application deadline on July 9th, 2010.

About NABCEP:

The North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) is a volunteer board of renewable energy stakeholder representatives that includes representatives of the solar industry, NABCEP certificants, renewable energy organizations, state policy makers, educational institutions, and the trades. Each member of the board was chosen because of his or her experience and involvement in the solar energy industry. NABCEP’s mission – to support, and work with, the renewable energy and energy efficiency industries, professionals, and stakeholders – is intended to develop and implement quality credentialing and certification programs for practitioners.

April 13, 2010

NABCEP Releases Job Task Analysis for new Photovoltaic Technical Sales Certification

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Clifton Park, NY, April 13, 2010 – NABCEP

The North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners has released the newly developed Job Task Analysis (JTA) for the upcoming Photovoltaic (PV) Technical Sales Certification. The JTA is a comprehensive list of all the measurable tasks that a practitioner performs and guides the development of the exam. Ezra Auerbach, Executive Director of NABCEP, says, “NABCEP is, as always, extremely grateful for the knowledge and experience of many of the PV industry’s leading practitioners who took part in the development of this JTA”. The document may be viewed and downloaded from the NABCEP website.

The new credential will target those involved in the non-installation aspects of the sale and commissioning of a PV system. This includes analyzing customer needs and conducting a site analysis to develop a proposal which includes a conceptual design, financial analysis, and performance projections for the system. Ezra Auerbach adds, “The launching of this Certification broadens the career path opportunities for those who are successful PV Entry Level Exam candidates.”

Don Warfield, Chair of NABCEP’s Board, says, “Having a NABCEP credential for sales people is a key step in consumer protection. With the launch of this Certification consumers can have as much confidence in the sales process as they do in getting a NABCEP Certified crew leader to perform their installation.”

The first exam will most likely be in March 2011 but could be offered as early as September 2010. NABCEP is currently finalizing the eligibility requirements and developing the application to sit for the exam, which will be released on the website as soon as it is completed. For updates on the PV Technical Sales Certification and all other NABCEP news, please make sure to track the “In the News” section of the website at www.nabcep.org.

About NABCEP: The North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) is a volunteer
board of renewable energy stakeholder representatives that includes representatives of the solar industry, NABCEP certificants, renewable energy organizations, state policy makers, educational institutions, and the trades. Each member of the board was chosen because of his or her experience and involvement in the solar energy industry. NABCEP’s mission – to support, and work with, the renewable energy and energy efficiency industries, professionals, and stakeholders – is intended to develop and implement quality credentialing and certification programs for practitioners.

March 24, 2010

NABCEP News March/April

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The March/April issue of NABCEP News is on the NABCEP website, and not surprisingly, there’s a lot going on.  Executive Director Ezra Auerbach reports that NABCEP’s Board of Directors has approved the job task analysis (JTA)  for a new PV Technical Sales Certification.  And a 15-member committee is reviewing NABCEP’s JTA for its PV Certification, a requirement of  ANSI 17024 Accreditation for personnel certification bodies.  Read the newsletter.

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