Solar rating and review site, SolarReviews, renewed its exclusive partnership with the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP), the leading certification organization for renewable energy professionals. This means solar installers and professionals can verify their NABCEP certification on SolarReviews.com, and soon installers will be allowed to display a high-visibility badge on their online profile. The NABCEP certification badge equips consumers with confidence in the solar professionals they choose, while promoting high-quality installers and further differentiating NABCEP professionals from competitors.
“The U.S. residential solar market is still young and emerging, and our mission is to provide quality information and transparency to consumers who are seeking to lower emissions and their electricity bill with solar. We are thrilled to continue our partnership with NABCEP to foster consumer confidence in the solar industry, advance clean energy adoption and promote installer skills and safety,” said Andy Sendy, Founder and President of SolarReviews.
“NABCEP is committed to providing quality and integrity to renewable energy professionals and the consumers they serve. Our partnership with SolarReviews provides consumers with easy to access information necessary to confidently shop for high-quality, trusted solar installers,” said Shawn O’Brien, President and CEO of NABCEP.
NABCEP is the most recognized and esteemed certification the solar industry has to offer, including certifications and credentials for skilled professionals, specialists and those new to working in the areas of photovoltaics and solar heating. NABCEP works with hundreds of subject matter experts in the renewable energy industry to develop NABCEP’s Board Certifications and Associate credentials.
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