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 […]

“Drone Pilot Boot Camp” Approved for NABCEP Credit

This week our “Drone Pilot Boot Camp” was approved for NABCEP Credit by the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP). The course is a comprehensive commercial drone operators course with an emphasis on solar PV and renewable energy.

HeatSpring has more than a dozen courses that count for NABCEP Credit but this is our […]

August 25th, 2020|Categories: Drones, NABCEP|Tags: , |

When, Where, and How Can I Take the NABCEP PV Installation Professional Certification Exam?

As you may have heard, the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) has changed the options for taking their PV Installation Professional certification exam. In past years, the exam was offered twice a year (April and October) at various testing locations around the United States. A computer-based option was not offered.

This year, NABCEP […]

Access the Tools, Network & Knowledge You Need to Advance Your Solar Career

Here are the powerhouse solar courses you don’t want to miss:

Megawatt Design – Master large-scale solar project design, learn how to get your projects permitted and installed faster and cheaper. Access valuable tools and resources, while advancing your career and the solar industry and connecting with a network of professionals.

Advanced Solar + Storage – Master a technical understanding […]

Installers: Put the Solar Breaker on the Opposite Side of the Main Breaker – Here’s Why

In this discussion board thread, Sean White explains why installers need to put the solar breaker on the opposite side of the main breaker. Please share your experience in the comments section below.
Student:
Could you please explain the reasoning behind your recommendation to put the solar breaker on the opposite side of the main breaker or […]