MREA Offering Installer Continuing Education Credit Courses

The Midwest Renewable Energy Association (MREA) offers educational courses that are recognized by national accreditation organizations and count for continuing education units so that you can maintain your industry credential.

CUSTER, WI – February 5, 2013 – With the current political climate, renewable energy has been in the

forefront of the energy industry. The industry is picking up and trained professionals are in high
demand. The Midwest Renewable Energy Association (MREA) offers educational courses that are recognized by national accreditation organizations and count for continuing education units so that you can maintain your industry credential.

The MREA offers many opportunities for North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners(NABCEP) installers to receive their continuing education credits. On February 11, NABCEP PV Installers can receive their continuing education completely online in PVO 405.01 Advancements in PV Online.

There are many more opportunities to receive credits through the MREA throughout the spring including courses such as PV and Solar Thermal Structural Design Considerations, PV Site Assessor Training Online, Solar Water Site Assessor Training, Advanced Photovoltaic Installation, and much more.

MREA's courses are designed for a wide range of participants and are taught by industry professionals.
To see the schedule of continuing education courses and others, visit https://www.midwestrenew.org/workshops.

For more information about the MREA and the Training Programs available, contact the MREA at info@midwestrenew.org, or 715‐592‐6595.

The Midwest Renewable Energy Association (MREA) is a non‐profit 501(c)(3) educational organization. Founded in 1990, the MREA promotes renewable energy, energy efficiency, and sustainable living through education and demonstration. To learn more, call 715‐592‐6595 or visit www.midwestrenew.org.

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