Webinar: What you need to know when selecting an ESS – April 18, 2017

Join us for a free, live webinar with Darfon on April 18th at 2pm EST.     Energy storage systems (ESS) will quickly become the future of solar with the new restrictions on grid feed-in. Many regions are restricting on how much and when you can feed back to the grid, while others will not

Webinar: Critical Connectivity: addressing site communication in a wireless (and sometimes wired) world – March 29, 2017

Join us on March 29th at 11:30am EST.     Today’s solar customers have an almost bewildering array of choices (and acronyms) for linking the gateway to their router. There are Wi-Fi extenders, or Ethernet cables such as Ethernet-over-powerline (EoP), where wires used to distribute power inside homes also transmit digital data based on time

Webinar: Lithium ion batteries: the Safe Solar Storage Solution – March 29, 2017

The future looks bright for solar storage in 2017. Standard solar storage systems can be unreliable and put off a hazardous amount of heat causing malfunctions and power outages. To combat this, OEMs turned to lithium ion batteries to create safer storage. However, not all battery systems are the same. On March 29th, CivicSolar will

Webinar: From Single System Failures to Managing Large Scale Photovoltaic Portfolios – March 22, 2017

      Lessons learned from over 12.5 GWp monitored system data and more than 10 years of field experience in quality services for systems all over the world. We will begin with the most common failures that happen during design and installation and continue through the challenges to monitor and operate large scale solar

Designing Residential PV Systems for Maximum Return: an Inside Look into Aurora’s AutoDesigner – On Demand Webinar

      Figuring out the best solar installation to meet your customer’s energy needs, budget, and –most importantly– roof can be hard. With increasingly complex utility rate structures like NEM 2.0, dozens of electrical and fire code rules, and hundreds of available components, it can be a painful process finding the perfect design that

On Demand Webinar: Evolution of PV System Arc Fault Protection, and Why it Matters

        Arc faults can be dangerous, evenly deadly. PV inverters aren’t always correct in detecting arcs, sometimes false tripping and sometimes missing them all together. Arc detection has been a controversial topic. We’ll take a brief look at the issues with arc detection, and the progress being made in changing test methods to improve

Webinar: The Virtual Central Inverter: Using 1500VDC String Inverters for Utility-Scale Solar Projects

This webinar was originally broadcast on Wednesday, December 7, 2016. Click here to watch On Demand.   At what point do the total installed costs make it wiser to go with central instead of string inverters? With new higher output, 1500VDC string inverters hitting the market, string inverters can be combined to create a “Virtual

Webinar: Marketing Insights to Help you Thrive in the Competitive Solar Market

This webinar was originally broadcast on Wednesday, December 7, 2016. Click here to watch On Demand. The solar market is growing exponentially, presenting both opportunities and challenges for smaller solar businesses, who must compete with the large, national brands entering their markets. Although taking on the big guys can seem daunting, it’s important to keep

Webinar: Advanced Pitched Roof Installation Tips

This webcast was originally broadcast on Tuesday, December, 6, 2016. Click here to watch On Demand now. This webinar is ideal for seasoned solar installers who have mastered the basics of residential installation. IronRidge Training Manager Dan Felix draws from nearly 30 years of experience as a solar installer to share his tips and tricks

Webinar: How to find quality solar sales leads and close more deals

This webcast was originally broadcast on Thursday, November 3, 2016 Click here to watch on demand now.   To grow your solar installation business, you need to grow your sales-prospect list. In competitive markets like solar, that can be a major challenge. The challenge is further complicated by the dozens of third-party companies willing to