Solar training event slated May 17 in Arizona

Registration has begun for the next generation of powerful Solar Success! training, North America’s largest professional solar training and business development event.  This year’s updated, expanded training comes with a bonus for the industry’s most experienced contractors, developers and installers – a potent curriculum aligned with NABCEP1 learning and certification objectives to help optimize their business successes
 
Presented by the non-profit American Solar Energy Society (ASES) and produced by the global solar energy experts at  Conergy, Solar Success! features current product and technical training from manufacturers and distributors. It also offers access to market research, project financing tips, business development expertise, best practices for sales and marketing success, and insights on rebates, cash grants and installation techniques to help installers of all skill levels grow their solar expertise and galvanize their business success.  The event will be held May 17-20, 2010 in Phoenix, at the Arizona Convention Center. 

“This is a unique opportunity to glean a goldmine of useful insights from some of the keenest minds in solar energy, while obtaining intelligence on the latest solar technologies, installation innovations and business accelerators this burgeoning industry has to offer,” said Jyl Safier, Marketing Director for the global solar experts at Conergy.  Conergy, a Terajoule sponsor of Solar Success!, has partnered with ASES to orchestrate these essential training events since their inception three years ago.

Safier says this year’s newly-designed Pro-Track sessions offer participants either a technical or business focus and are lead by the most knowledgeable of industry experts, including senior editors at SolarPro Magazine, Andy Black of OnGrid Solar and the solar-savvy folks at Solar Energy International (SEI).  They are designed to help experienced installers comfortably transition from large residential projects to commercial solar solutions of up to 1 Megawatt in scale.

Solar Success! is a not-for-profit training event and its cost may be a tax deductible business or training expense.  It is co-located with SOLAR 2010, ASES’ annual conference and trade show, now in its 39th year.  After training, this facilitates the opportunity for participants to have access to the entire SOLAR 2010 trade show floor to network and take deeper dives into key subject matter with hundreds of industry leaders, including manufacturers, installers, researchers, scientists, engineers, investors, analysts, educators and public officials.  For more information on SOLAR 2010 costs and accommodations — and to register for Solar Success! — visit www.solar2010.org.

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