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Published on May 24th, 2014 | by Zachary Shahan

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Solar Quality Certification From NABCEP (TalkSolar/CleanTechnica Podcast)

May 24th, 2014 by  

In the latest TalkSolar episode, Beth Bond talks with Richard Lawrence, Executive Director of NABCEP, about solar installer certification. Here’s the podcast:

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For more text, here’s more from the TalkSolar page:

NABCEP is committed to providing a certification program of quality and integrity for the professionals and consumer/public it is designed to serve. Professionals who choose to become certified demonstrate their competence in the field and their commitment to upholding high standards of ethical and professional practice.

NABCEP’s goal is to develop voluntary national certification programs that will:

  • Promote renewable energy
  • Provide value to Solar Installation and Sales Professionals
  • Promote worker safety and skill
  • Promote consumer confidence

NABCEP holds all Certified Professionals to the highest standards. If you have an ethical complaint against a NABCEP Certified individual please view the Ethics Procedures.

For previous TalkSolar podcasts, see:

Democratic Energy

Solar In The Southeast 

TalkSolar Chats With Viridian Energy


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