Online Training

HeatSpring Courses:  
  • Megawatt Design: Learn large-scale design & how to get projects permitted/installed faster & cheaper. Register here.
  • Advanced Solar + Storage: Gain a technical grasp of residential, commercial & utility-scale solar-plus-storage systems. Register here.
  • Solar Executive MBA: Access tools & contracts to model/close solar deal. Register here.
  • Microgrid Design & Implementation: Learn how to develop business model, evaluate financing options and navigate policy. Register here. 
  • Financial Modeling for Solar PV Projects: Access the tools, techniques, & formulas for modeling. Register here.
  • NABCEP PV Installation Professional Certification Exam Prep: Access a 70-question practice exam and explanation video to prepare for the notoriously difficult exam. Register here. 

SHORT COURSES- start anytime

  • NABCEP PV Installation Professional Certification Practice Exam: Access a 75-question practice exam to test your knowledge and identify areas you need to focus on when studying.  Register here. 
  • Mastering Commercial Solar Finance: Enroll to access advice from a $20MM solar tax equity investor. Master nonprofit PPAs and how to find and manage investors. Register here. 
  • Infrared Imaging as a PV Characterization Tool: Involved in solar operations and maintenance? Enroll to learn about infrared imaging (IR) technology and how you can use it to greatly improve solar PV O+M. Register here. 


Solar Energy International:

OSEIA members receive a $50 discount on all SEI courses, email (outreach[at] for the code- be sure to enter code before checking out, no refunds will be given. 




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