2017 CE Conference, another Successful Event!

Dallas, TX (April 21, 2017): This year’s Continuing Education Conference, held from March 20 – March 23, resulted in another well attended show. There were over 450 solar industry professionals in attendance at the InterContinental, Dallas, TX. The conference was well attended by 52 diverse exhibitors; some of which were able to offer training sessions to count towards recertification credits. We were also able to offer 16 panel session discussions featuring top industry experts as guest speakers.

NABCEP would like to thank its generous sponsors and all of the exhibitors for their contributions that make this event a success year after year. Your support is a tremendous vote of confidence for NABCEP’s mission and allows us to hold this special event.

NABCEP is looking forward to seeing everyone next year for the 7th Annual Continuing Education Conference in Niagara Falls, NY – March 19-22, 2018.

2017 Conference Highlights:

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2017 Exhibitors: AEE Solar, Allied Building Products, APsystems, BayWa r.e. renewable energy, Burndy LLC (Wiley), CertainTeed Corporation, Chint Power Systems America, eGauge Systems LLC, Enphase Energy, Folsom Labs, Fronius USA. Ginlong (SOLIS) Technologies, Huawei Digital Technologies (Suzhou) Co., Ltd., Interplay Learning, IronRidge, Inc., ISA Corporation, Locus Energy, MidNite Solar, Inc., Mission Solar Energy, Morningstar Corporation, NABCEP, Outback Power Technologies, Panasonic, Preformed Line Products / DPW Solar, ProSight Specialty Insurance, Pika Energy, PROINSO, Quick Mount PV, RBI Solar, Inc., Rolls Battery Engineering, Roof Tech Inc., S-5!, Schneider Electric, Sensata Technologies Magnum Energy, Seraphim USA, SnapNrack Solar Mounting Solutions, SolarEdge, Solar Energy International (SEI), Solar-Log, SolarReviews, Solar Roof Hook, Sollega Inc., sonnen, Inc., Spice Solar, SunModo Corp, The PowerStore, Trojan Battery Company, UMA Solar, Unirac, Inc., Yaskawa – Solectria Solar

2017 Technical Training Sessions Presented By: APsystems, Burndy LLC (Wiley), Certain Teed Corporation, eGauge Systems LLC, Enphase Energy, Folsom Labs, Fronius USA, Interplay Learning, IronRidge, Inc., ISA Corporation, Morningstar Corporation, Outback Power Technologies, Panasonic, Pika Energy, PROINSO, Quick Mount PV, Rolls Battery Engineering, Roof Tech Inc., S-5!, Schneider Electric, Sensata Technologies Magnum Energy, Solar-Log, Solar Roof Hook, sonnen, Inc., SunModo Corp, Trojan Battery Company, Unirac, Inc., Yaskawa – Solectria Solar

2017 Panel Session Topics:  Major updates in PV codes and standards, Case studies – Energy Storage and Rule 21 Advanced Inverter Functions, Finance Options and changing sales techniques, Data Acquisition, Energy Monitoring and Fleet Management Platforms, Rapid Shutdown Requirements and Solutions, Energy Storage – Learning a New Language, Improving system ROI through Best Practices in Solar PV System Design, Installation, Monitoring, and O&M, Future business structure for solar installers, UL 2703 – PV system bonding/grounding and fire classification, Connecting business strategy to NABCEP Key Job Tasks, Community Solar Industry Overview and Insights, Residential Roof Racking Systems – Rail vs Rail-less and BIPV, Best Practices for Maximizing Software Investments, Energy Storage System Options, Worker Safety, Calculating payback in a post NEM market

About the NABCEP CE Conference: This conference is primarily intended for NABCEP Certified Professionals who need continuing education credits in order to maintain their certification. The content presented in this conference is geared toward seasoned PV industry professionals who have several years of installation and/or technical sales experience. This is the ideal opportunity for NABCEP Certified PV Installation Professionals and PV Technical Sales Professionals to obtain all of the continuing education credits needed for recertification (18 hours every three years). Non-certified professionals can earn up to 18 hours toward certification eligibility.