Call for Presentations

2020 NABCEP Continuing Education Conference

March 16-19, 2020 ​

St. Louis, MO

The North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) announces its Call for Presentations for the 2020 NABCEP Continuing Education Conference in St. Louis, MO. You are invited to submit a presentation proposal for a 2-hour Panel Session during the CE Conference. Panels are composed of 3-4 subject matter experts, and presenters must agree to moderate their proposed Panel Session during the CE Conference. Submissions are due by October 1st, 2019.

Countdown to Submission Deadline

Why Present

  • Amazing professional development opportunity.
  • Collaborate with other subject matter experts in the field.
  • Presenters receive a conference registration discount.
  • Receive recognition for and feedback about your practice or program.
  • Expand your professional portfolio.
  • Be part of a dynamic community that has made NABCEP’s conference the “must-attend” event in the renewable energy industry.

Requested Topic Categories

NABCEP’s CE Conference has always evolved in response to new challenges, opportunities, and technical improvements in the PV industry. These categories set a new standard for field applications and solutions that will shape the future of the industry while helping us create a dynamic program related to improving quality in the field. Below are the requested topic categories:

  • Battery storage
  • Pairing Solar with EV Charging
  • Quality Management for PV Installations
  • PV Operations & Maintenance
  • PV Design Platforms
  • Rapid Shutdown for Commercial/Residential PV Systems
  • Recycling PV Modules
  • OSHA Compliance
  • Bifacial Modules
  • Microgrids
  • Innovation in the Industry

Do you have an innovative practice or cutting-edge research you want to share with your colleagues from across the world? Don’t hesitate: submit your presentation proposal today!

Submission Guidelines

All proposals should include the following:

  • Engaging program format that involves the audience and stimulates discussion.
  • A conceptually strong foundation, well-written, with clearly stated outcomes and appropriately documented theory, research, and/or experience.
  • Qualified presenters with expertise/experience in the subject matter.
  • Presentations will be reviewed for relevance and purpose to provide a balanced educational program.
  • Presenters must register and pay the conference registration fee by January 15th, 2020 to confirm participation.
  • Presenters must agree to moderate their proposed Panel Session and identify 3-4 subject matter experts for the panel.
  • Presenters are paid neither honoraria nor expenses.

“We exhibit at trade events throughout the year, and we’ve never seen a higher concentration of interested solar installers than we find at the annual NABCEP conference. It’s by far the

best event of the year.


Submit a Proposal Here

For any questions, please email Dan Pickel, NABCEP’s Director of Certification, at