Solar Energy International and Mayfield Renewables Workforce As much as Supply On-line Energy Storage Coaching

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PAONIA, CO. – The cooperative relationship between Solar Energy International (SEI), the industry-leading coaching group for solar professionals, and PV design agency Mayfield Renewables goes again many years. In January 2022, the 2 organizations will begin a brand new collaborative chapter by internet hosting two coaching programs developed by Mayfield Renewables on SEI’s on-line instructional platform. The launch represents their first official instructional collaboration.

SEI’s Executive Director, Elizabeth Sanderson, commented on the alliance, saying “The partnership between Solar Energy International and Mayfield Renewables represents a renewed path toward collaboration between two of the top educators in the solar industry. Time is of the essence as the devastation of climate change destroys our only home. It’s time that we focus on helping each other and avoid duplication as we tackle the important issues in front of us.”

Launching January 2022

The two new programs, NEC 2017 and 2020 Solar-Plus-Storage Requirements and NFPA 855 and Fire Code Requirements for Energy Storage Systems, are pre-recorded and self-paced. NABCEP has licensed each programs for CEUs (2-hours every) upon completion.

Mayfield Renewables’ solar-plus-storage program director Justine Sanchez led the course growth effort. Justine has labored with SEI as an teacher since 1998, and was a technical editor for Home Power for greater than a decade.

Inspired by the renewed collaboration between Mayfield Renewables and SEI, Justine explains the driving drive behind the event of the 2 on-line programs: “With the rapid increase in interest and deployment of solar-plus-storage systems, electrical, fire, and building codes require frequent updating to keep up with new markets, equipment and design innovations, and of course fire protection goals. As a result, new codes are released every three years. Along with this effort comes a push from industry stakeholders, system designers, and integrators to understand the implications these new requirements will have on the systems they’re designing and installing.”

This 2-hour Continuing Education class is a wonderful pre-curser to SEI’s 6-hour programs for 2020 and 2017 NEC Code which take a deep-dive into the small print of every model of the code. SEI’s programs have been developed by Brian Mehalic, SEI PV Developer and Trainer with in depth expertise in design and set up of over 150 methods starting from residential off-grid to industrial grid-interactive, advising on high quality assurance inspections, commissioning and troubleshooting for prime corporations within the solar {industry}.

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