Our first free course was a huge success. How to Make Money in Renewable Energy had a great turnout, well over 140 attendees with solid content helpful to newcomers to the industry.

With such interest, we have decided to expand our offering of free courses and share some other course-like information that will be useful to you.

The goal is a fast 30 minute course, hosted by an expert on a very specific and niche topic that is critical to the success of any renewable energy company. In August and September we’ll be rolling out three courses.

What are SRECs?

On the east cost, understand SRECs are becoming critical to financing or selling any solar project. Joni the experts from SRECTrade to understand the MUST NEED topics about SRECs

  • 1) What are SRECs?
  • 2) How do SRECs work?
  • 3) What are you SREC options?
  • 4) Long Term Contracts
  • 5) Solar Project Economics with SRECs

A Complete Guide to Geothermal Tax Credits

August 23rd, Hosted by Charles Goulding the President of Energy Tax Savers is a tax and energy experts and will provide you a complete understand of all geothermal tax credits that can be used to make your projects more economical to customers allowing you to close more sales.

How To Generate Solar Leads

The hardest part for new or expanding solar companies is effective lead generation to find your first project or expand operation. Join Pam Cargill a solar marketing expert who helped to grow New Englands largest solar integrator from a couple man operation to 60 million dollar company. Pam will discuss the most effective messaging and techniques for lead generation and critical operational strategies used to manage those leads and maximize profitability.

In addition to our short courses, here are some other content you find useful.

System Advisor Model Webinars

The system advisor model, known as SAM, was developed by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory and they regularly provide helpful webinars on specific topics around how to use SAM to model and analyze solar pv, geothermal, and solar thermal facilities.