Solar PV Design & Sales
Why take this course:
The Technical Solar PV Sales training course gathers the best practices and accepted industry standards to prepare participants to become proficient at designing and drafting solar installation system proposals.
Technical solar design and sales training is important because it provides essential support to the growing solar industry.Solar companies need trained professionals to design and communicate their services to customers, in addition to being able to present their energy production estimates, financial analysis to customers in a effective way.
This course is ideal for experienced salespeople as well as contractors, engineers, electricians, roofers and anyone involved in the solar energy industry.
What you'll learn:
CleanEdison's Solar Technical Sales course introduces the fundamentals of solar photovoltaic technology and markets for new professionals.
The course will continue into special sales methods for solar photovoltaic, communicating with customers, estimating systems, and communicating needs to the installer.
- 6 webinars of live online instruction
- 2-days of live classroom training
Both Options Include
- Self-paced online content involving site analyses, production estimates, financial projections and sales presentation
- Customizable solar calculator in Excel and customizable solar PowerPoint presentation.
- CleanEdison Course Policy
What certification does this course prepare me for?
This course provides 18 credit hours of PV Technical Sales towards fulfilling the education requirement to sit for the PV Technical Sales certification Exam, administered by the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP).
What is the PV Technical Sales Exam like?
PV Technical Sales Exam lasts 4 hours and consists of approximately 70 equally weighted multiple-choice questions
In a scaled scored between 0 and 99 the required score of passing the exam is 75.
How do I register for the exam?
The application for the exam must be submitted electronically or postmarked at least 71 days prior to the exam date. Two weeks prior to the exam, candidates receive the Admission Slip, which contains the scheduled date, time and location of the examination. To find out more,download the Candidate Information Handbook for All Installer Exams.