Mayfield Renewables Solar+Storage Sequence (1/8)
About this Course:
It's no secret that the solar industry is quickly becoming the solar + storage industry. Don't take our word for it; according to Swinerton CEO George Hershman, “Everything in 2022 will have a storage component — the vast majority will have storage in 2021. Everything in California and the West, every contracted asset is going to have storage. We’re seeing the scale go up and cost go down — and we understand how to monetize it — it’s here to stay.”
Our new solar + storage workshop series is designed to help system designers and engineers, as well as building officials, project managers, installers, and sales staff stay up-to-date and ahead of the curve for one of the most dynamic sectors of the PV industry.
This two-hour course, the first in our eight-course sequence, covers important solar + storage design and installation requirements for the most recent iterations of the National Electrical Code (NEC 2017 and 2020). The course is intended for industry professionals who are already familiar with grid-interactive systems but want to understand NEC requirements specific to solar + storage systems.
The course is self-paced and can be taken at any point within 12 months of enrollment. During that time, you will have access to the course videos and all course materials, including an annotated copy of the presentation with detailed notes from our instructor and easy-to-understand system schematics highlighting which NEC Articles apply to which points within a solar + storage system architecture.
About our Solar + Storage Workshop Series:
Throughout the year, we will post a total of eight solar + storage courses to our HeatSpring page, on topics ranging from codes and standards to design best practices to an in-depth overview of the energy storage product market.
The courses are designed to be taken as a full sequence for a more holistic approach to solar + storage learning, or taken a la carte for industry professionals with significant experience in certain subject areas.
Next up in our workshop series is a course entitled "NFPA 855 and Fire Code Requirements for ESS." This course will be posted in Q1 2021. In the meantime, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or comments you have.
Interested in taking the course as a group? We also offer each course as a live workshop led by our instructor, Justine Sanchez. Find more information here: https://www.mayfield.energy/workshops
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