Ryan Mayfield and the Mayfield Renewables team are back on HeatSpring. We are excited to welcome Ryan – engineer, educator, and technical committee member – back to our platform with his latest course bundle – 2023 Electrical & Fire Codes for Energy Storage Systems

This comprehensive two-course bundle provides an in-depth exploration of the latest codes and standards for energy storage systems, covering: 

  • the National Electrical Code (NEC)
  • NFPA 855: Standard for the Installation of Stationary Energy Storage Systems
  • UL9540: the Standard for Energy Storage Systems and Equipment
  • UL 9540: the Standard for Test Method for Evaluating Thermal Runaway Fire Propagation in Battery Energy Storage Systems.  

Ryan has been a part of the renewable energy industry since 1999, dedicating his career to raising the bar on best practices.

“We know that the more expertise you have, the more you can drive down risk,” Ryan says. “That’s why we built Mayfield Renewables with expertise at its core. Mayfield helps orient our customers for success through our deep understanding of the products, projects, and processes that are moving our industry forward.”

The 2023 Electrical & Fire Codes for Energy Storage Systems bundle is designed to equip professionals with the knowledge and skills needed to navigate the complex landscape of codes and standards in the rapidly evolving energy storage sector. By diving deep into the 2023 and 2020 editions of relevant codes, students will gain a thorough understanding of the requirements and best practices for designing, installing, and maintaining safe and compliant energy storage systems.

This course bundle includes:

1. NEC 2020 and 2023 Solar-Plus-Storage Requirements

2. 2023 NFPA 855 and Fire Codes for Energy Storage Systems

Throughout the courses, students will have the opportunity to engage with Ryan and the team at Mayfield Renewables directly by asking questions via the course discussion boards. This interactive approach ensures that participants can clarify concepts, seek guidance, and benefit from Ryan’s extensive expertise in the field.

By the end of the courses, students will have gained a solid foundation in the latest electrical and fire codes relevant to energy storage systems. While four hours cannot cover every detail, learners will be well-prepared to navigate the complex landscape of codes and standards, empowering them to make informed decisions when integrating energy storage systems into their projects. This foundational knowledge will serve as a jumping off point for further learning and enable students to more effectively ensure compliance with the latest regulations.

The bundle offers 5 NABCEP CEUs.

For students designing and installing in locations using previous code years, check out Mayfield’s 2017/2020 Electrical & Fire Codes for Energy Storage Systems, which is similar but covers the earlier versions of these codes.

This is a great opportunity to learn from one of solar and storage’s top educators and stay ahead of the curve in the constantly evolving world of energy storage. 

Enroll today in the 2023 Electrical & Fire Codes for Energy Storage Systems bundle!