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CE516: 2014 National Electrical Code® and PV Systems

NABCEP CE Hours: 3 Code/Other/(JTA-Tech Sales).  The National Electrical Code® drives industry-wide best practices as well as product development cycles of PV component manufacturers, so whether you’re an installer, designer, manufacturer, engineer, or building official, it’s critical to stay on top of the game.  This webinar addresses significant changes in the 2014 Code that impact PV system design and installation, for systems ranging from battery-based off-grid to large utility-scale solar farms – the 2014 NEC® has new mandates for all of them.


what you will learn

Topics include: 
• Rapid shutdown for PV systems on buildings
• Expansion of ground-fault and arc-fault requirements
• Changes that further enable 1,000 Vdc PV systems
• Updates to disconnect and fuse servicing requirements
• New standards for field-applied hazard markings
• Major changes for interconnecting PV systems to the grid
• New requirements for battery-based PV systems, both stand-alone and interactive
• Additional changes in Articles 690 and 705, as well as other relevant Articles
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helpful information

Join SEI instructors and Code experts Rebekah Hren and Brian Mehalic for a fast-paced and fun three-hour long look at where the PV industry is heading in regards to PV system design and installation.
You can submit questions via email to the instructors.

nabcep certification information

NABCEP Continuing Education

PV Installer Recertification:  3 Code Based or ‘Other’ training hours

PV Associate Recertification: 3 training hours

Technical Sales Recertification: 3 JTA or Non-Technical/Other training hours. 

Solar Heating Recertification: 3 Non-Technical/Other training hours.

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