Brian Hayden

About Brian Hayden

HeatSpring co-founder. You can reach me directly at bhayden @ heatspring.com or 800-393-2044 x1.

Basic CAD Training – Where Should a New Solar Designer Start?

My job is to help growing solar companies manage their training program. It’s the best. But I don’t teach the classes, so I rely on smart people like Sean White to answer technical questions. Here’s a question I get a lot:

Where’s the best place to get basic CAD training for an entry level person who […]

March 6th, 2021|Categories: Solar, Solar Design & Installation, Solar Sales & Marketing|Tags: , , , |

David J. Goldstein Awarded Genius Grant for Multifamily HVAC Solution

Please join us in congratulating David J. Goldstein, the first Genius Grant award recipient for 2021. David is an engineer and an entrepreneur. He has self-funded the development of a new HVAC solution that has potential to make multifamily housing more affordable while increasing occupant comfort and reducing CO2 emissions.

We learned of David’s work through […]

New Class! – NEC 2017 & 2020 Solar + Storage Requirements

Check out this new short course from Justine Sanchez and the team at Mayfield Renewables: NEC 2017 & 2020 Solar + Storage Requirements is approved for 2 NABCEP Credits. It’s the first in an eight-part solar plus storage series that will drop over the next several months.

Here’s why this is so important:

Energy storage is a […]

HeatSpring is the Official PVA Training Provider at the 2021 NABCEP CE Conference

We’re trying something new in 2021. Why not? We’ve been named the official PVA training provider for the 2021 NABCEP CE Conference. If you’re interested in live training at one of the best solar industry events – you can learn more here: “NABCEP PV Associate Training – LIVE from the NABCEP CE Conference”

Unlike most of […]

We Just Passed One Million Lessons Learned on HeatSpring

On February 7, 2021 Rachel Chambers finished a “Module Fundamentals” video in her NABCEP Solar PV Associate Course. She’s getting her PVA credential to level-up in her Solar Photovoltaic Designer role at Southern Current in Charleston, SC.

People like Rachel do this all the time. It’s happening right now. The only reason it’s a big deal […]

February 9th, 2021|Categories: Alumni Stories, Teaching||