Renova Solar Sponsors NABCEP PV Installation Professional Resource Guide

Renova will help make possible the distribution of the guide throughout the country and on the web.

Renova Solar, who was awarded the first Company Accreditation by the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP), is now supporting NABCEP's continuing efforts to encourage the incorporation of the highest standards in solar installation.

As a "Green Sponsor" of the PV Installation Professional Resource Guide, Renova will help make possible the distribution of the guide throughout the country and on the web.

"The North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) appreciates the support that Renova Solar has shown us through their financial support of our mission," said Kristine Reynolds, NABCEP Operations Manager. "Their sponsorship will let the solar industry know they care about the work that NABCEP is doing."

"We are glad that there is an organization that is focused on promoting customer confidence through rigorous credentialing," added Renova Solar's Vincent Battaglia. "We are excited to be able to help make the new Resource Guide possible and will certainly be incorporating it into our training."

A non-profit, NABCEP was founded with the mission to support and work with the renewable energy and energy efficiency industries, professionals and stakeholders to develop and implement quality credentialing certification programs for practitioners.

Renova Solar was established in 2006 in Palm Desert, CA with the goal of building solar into homes and buildings for a long-term, efficient, stable and sustainable, renewable energy supply solution. Renova Solar is the area's largest full-service solar power plant builder for homes, businesses and non-profits, providing engineering, design, financing, installation and ongoing solar system services.

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