APsystems will offer installer training at the NABCEP Continuing Education Conference 2018, March 19-21 in Niagara Falls, N.Y.
Presenters will be John Doerr, APsystems applications engineer and Gonzalo Caballero, NABCEP certified technical services specialist.
- Commercial Three Phase Microinverter Solutions--Includes Design for Communication, Tuesday, March 20th, 1:30-3:00 p.m. in the Governor's Amphitheatre
- Microinverters in the Residential Environment: APsystems YC500 & YC600 Dual-Module Solutions - Wednesday, March 21st, 8-9:30 a.m., Governor's Amphitheatre.
To register for the seminars, log into your NABCEP profile and choose one or both of the titles above.
APsystems is a Gold Sponsor and exhibitor at this year's conference. See the conference schedule and other exhibition details
About our presenters:
John Doerr contributes over 30 years of experience in management with startups, manufacturing and customer support, as well as national and international consulting. His work includes development and contractor management of commercial, residential and multifamily projects. John provides the pre- and post-sales technical training and supports installer needs for application engineering and design.
Gonzalo Caballero has been working in the PV industry for 8 years and holds the position of Technical Services Specialist with APsystems. He has previously held positions with iTek and Blue Frog Solar, consulted for NWIEC & H2E Corp and is a NABCEP Certified PV Installation Professional.
About the NABCEP CE Conference: This conference is primarily intended for NABCEP Certified Professionals who need continuing education credits in order to maintain their certification. The content presented in this conference is geared toward seasoned PV industry professionals who have several years of installation and/or technical sales experience. This is the ideal opportunity for NABCEP Certified PV Installation Professionals and PV Technical Sales Professionals to obtain all of the continuing education credits needed for recertification (18 hours every three years). Non-certified professionals can earn up to 18 hours toward certification eligibility.