Sean White and Bill Brooks are back with the new 30-Hour 2023 NEC PV, Energy Storage, Building and Fire Codes training. This course is full of all the latest insights, interpretations and comparisons of the 2023 National Electrical Code (NEC). No one makes learning technical code as much fun as Sean and Bill.
As students go through the course, they will certainly want to follow along in the actual 2023 NEC. The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) provides free online access to the full code book, if you don’t have any lying around. You will need to make a free NFPA LiNK account to view the free online version.
While not required for the course, it is recommended that students also purchase Sean and Bill’s book PV and the NEC, which was just updated for the 2023 NEC. Students can purchase the book directly from the publisher or any online bookseller.
The course begins with a welcome module, which provides an orientation to how the course works and what will be covered. Module 1 is an overview of the NEC and several critically relevant sections that are not directly focused on PV and energy storage. Module 2 covers Article 690: Solar Photovoltaic Systems. Module 3 covers Article 706: Energy Storage Systems and Article 705: Interconnected Electric Power Production Sources. Module 4 covers remaining relevant topics from the NEC as well as some relevant building and fire codes to solar and storage. The final module includes an end of course quiz which highlights the changes to the 2023 NEC compared to previous versions along with detailed explanations of the answers.
This course contains 30 hours of core knowledge required to take the NABCEP PV Installation Professional, PV Design Specialist, PV Installation Specialist, and PV Commissioning & Maintenance Specialist exams and 15 hours of core knowledge required for the PV Technical Sales exam.
This course includes all the hours needed to recertify the PV Installation Professional and several other NABCEP certifications as well.
To see the full list of NABCEP CEUs, head over to the Approved NABCEP CEU Hours chart on the course landing page here.
If your local jurisdictions are starting to use the 2023 National Electrical Code or you just want to get educated on the latest code, don’t miss this opportunity to learn from some of the best. Enroll in the 30-Hour 2023 NEC PV, Energy Storage, Building and Fire Codes course today!