Mayfield Renewables has expanded upon its core design and engineering services with the launch of new technical services for the clean energy industry, including market research, technical content production and professional training. (They were also a Solar Builder contributor in our Q1 2022 issue, relaying tips on approaching C&I projects.)
Mayfield Renewables’ new services will be provided by the company’s newest hires: David Brearley, Justine Sanchez, Joe Schwartz and Kyle Bolger, all of whom have over 20 years of solar energy and energy storage experience. Sanchez, Schwartz, and Brearley bring technical writing and content creation expertise developed during their years at SolarPro Magazine and Home Power Magazine, in addition to Bolger’s robust solar-plus-storage training and application engineering experience.
“The depth and breadth of our industry experience is unparalleled now that we have these four stellar industry experts onboard. With our expanded team, we’re uniquely able to leverage our design firm experience and industry network to provide top-tier technical expertise for the rapidly growing solar-plus-storage industry,” said Ryan Mayfield, founder and CEO of Mayfield Renewables. “The entire Mayfield team welcomes these newest additions to our all-star lineup of passionate clean energy professionals.”
The new technical content strategy and production services provided by the company’s team of industry experts and seasoned writers include short- and long-form technical content; market research and analysis; product strategy and positioning; and videography and custom graphics.
Mayfield Renewables also now offers new training opportunities through NABCEP-certified solar-plus-storage code, design and product sessions led by its respective experts. These new technical consulting, content and professional training offerings complement the company’s core system design and engineering expertise, ranging from project feasibility to complete system design and engineering.
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We have a ton video interviews and additional content on our YouTube page. Recently we debuted Power Forward! -- a collaboration with BayWa r.e. to discuss higher level industry topics as well as best practices / trends for running a solar business today.
Our longer running side project is The Pitch -- in which we have awkward discussions with solar manufacturers and suppliers about their new technology and ideas so that you don't have to. We discuss everything from residential rail-less deck attaching and home solar financing to large-scale energy storage value stacking and utility-driven new home solar + storage microgrids.