String inverter manufacturer Fronius will hold multiple hands-on trainings in the first quarter of 2017 to expand the Fronius Service Provider (FSP) program. Solar installers are able to experience an in-depth look at various Fronius inverter lines while also securing NABCEP continuing education credits. Register now to become part of this exclusive service program.
Fronius believes that field-serviceability of inverters is critical to making solar more reliable and more sustainable. Therefore, the FSP program eliminates the need for inverter exchanges, which typically cause wait times for the new unit (while the system is down) and potential re-wiring and re-inspection. Fronius Service Providers are able to service inverters on site. Troubleshooting and repair can be done in one site visit, cutting the number of truck-rolls in half and guaranteeing maximum system uptime as well as satisfied system owners.
Fronius Service Providers offer trusted service and an image of quality by being Fronius certified and branded. System owners can find certified installers easily on the Fronius Solar.web Online Installer Search. As a further incentive for installers, Fronius will provide FSP exclusive events and webinars throughout the year.
Register via Email or on www.fronius.com today. We’re told classes fill up fast.
The dates for upcoming trainings at the Fronius headquarters in Portage, IN are:
February 7: Fronius IG Series
February 8: Fronius IG Plus Series
February 9: Fronius Galvo & Fronius Primo up to 8.2 kW
February 10: Fronius Primo 10-15 kW & Fronius Symo
March 14: Fronius Galvo & Fronius Primo up to 8.2 kW
March 15: Primo 10-15 kW & Fronius Symo
April 18 : Fronius IG Series
April 19 : Fronius IG Plus Series
April 20: Fronius Galvo & Fronius Primo up to 8.2 kW
April 21 : Fronius Primo 10-15 kW & Fronius Symo
April 25 : Fronius Galvo & Fronius Primo up to 8.2 kW
April 26 : Fronius Primo 10-15 kW & Fronius Symo
Solar installers are welcome to register for either all days of training or for specific products only. Course registrants are to arrange their own travel. The cost of the course includes the training, literature, swag, meals, and a portion of this can be used as a credit towards an FSP kit. The kit is a collection of the most common inverter spare parts. This kit is highly recommended, as it allows the installer to fully utilize the benefits of the FSP program.
To learn more about pricing or to register, please contact email@example.com, go here or call (219) 734-5500.