Solar PV Engineering and Installation: Preparation for the NABCEP PV Installation Professional, Specialist and Inspector Certification Exams, Edition 2

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The NABCEP PV Installation Professional (PVIP) Exam is the gold standard certification exam for PV professionals and is famously difficult to pass. As the industry grows and jobs have become more specialized, the Board has responded to this with NABCEP Specialist Certification Exams.

As well as the content of the PVIP, this book also covers the material in the Design, Installer and Commissioning & Maintenance Specialist Certification Exams, and provides test-taking strategy that can be used to most effectively study for and pass these assessments. Code and theory is explained in the first half of this guide, acting as a useful background for the second half, which consists of practice exam questions and answers, complete with detailed explanations. It also contains essential strategy tools, short-term memory tips and recommended reading which will be invaluable for anyone studying for the exams. The material covered in this book is not limited to those taking the test, but will also act as a valuable tool for career progression, helping the reader to work safely with code-compliant PV systems.

This second edition has been fully revised and updated to reflect the new developments in solar and energy storage systems and new technologies.

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About the author

Sean White is an experienced teacher, instructor and professional in solar PV based in the USA. He received the 2014 IREC 3i Award (Innovation. Ingenuity. Inspiration) in the category of Clean Energy Trainer of the Year and the 2011 Mike Holt Enterprises 1st place Instructor award, and was on the NABCEP PV Installation Professional Technical Committee. He is the author of Solar Photovoltaic Basics, 2nd edition (Routledge, 2018), Photovoltaic Systems and the National Electrical Code (Routledge, 2018, with Bill Brooks) and PV Technical Sales (Routledge, 2016).

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Routledge
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Published on
Jul 8, 2019
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Pages
304
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ISBN
9780429788345
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English
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Technology & Engineering / Power Resources / Alternative & Renewable
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