It has been a long road to travel, but I felt that itwas important to gain certification through NABCEP for PV installations. Beingcertified gives some indication to potential clients and customers that I have taken required technical courses and met a minimum standard ofworkmanship and customer satisfaction. Yesterday, the test resultsarrived and I have attained status as a Certified PV installer.
Being certified as a NABCEP PV installer opens up several statesponsored incentive programs which opens up more business possibilities.
In September, I intend to take the Solar Thermal Certification forall the reasons noted above.
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