November 27, 2012
The North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) is pleased to announce the first Solar Heating Continuing Education (CE) Conference to be held Friday, April 12 through Sunday, April 14, 2013 at the TEC-SMART facility at Hudson Valley Community College in Malta, New York. Tec-SMART is home to one of the most advanced renewable energy training facilities in the US.
NABCEP is pleased to announce that The New York State Energy Research Development Authority (NYSERDA) will be the lead sponsor of this event. The Solar Heating CE Conference will provide NABCEP certified installation professionals the opportunity to fulfill many of the CE requirements for recertification. Conference registrants will attend sessions on: manufacturer training, solar heating and cooling, health and safety, integration with other renewable technologies, codes and standards, energy monitoring, marketing and more.
Vaughan Woodruff, a nationally respected solar heating educator, is helping NABCEP organize this event. He states, “This conference provides a unique opportunity for solar heating professionals. We will be offering extensive technical training in topics critical to the current solar heating industry and will explore avenues for expanding the market. As our industry works to implement high quality solar heating projects and programs, it is critical that installers have access to the in depth content and networking opportunities this conference offers.”
Registration for this event is limited. For more information about this conference please visit the NABCEP website.
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