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IREC Certified Master Trainer for PV Installation, California Solar & Electrical Contractor Lic.#833782 - C46, C10, C-7, D31 & D56 UL Certified PV Installer #17
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IronRidge 21h
TECH TIP: There are various foundation methods for ground-based solar installations besides poured concrete. This document will discuss each option in detail, and go over the unique considerations associated with each foundation type. Download:
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IronRidge Aug 11
XR1000 has been our go-to for ground mounts. But testing in prep for ASCE 7-16 showed that in many cases XR100 is more than strong enough for 3- and 4-up systems. Same strength. Lower cost.
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IronRidge Aug 12
NEW. The Ground Mount Design Assistant tool now offers an option for XR100 rail for some 3 and 4-up arrays and provides the certification letters necessary. Plus a new feature has been released so installers can design arrays on a slope. Check it out:
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Everest Solar Systems Jun 11
Join Brett Nielsen for a webinar on June 18th at 9 a.m PDT as he dives into the benefits of the Everest Ground Mount System. Register:
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martinHerzfeld 21h
Solar is simple the same way. (1) The risks of global warming and dimming have been identified. (2) Solar and Energy Storage Systems help mitigate the risks of climate change. (3) This practically safeguards the future.
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martinHerzfeld 22h
Simple ... (1) Identified Risk (2) Mitigate Risk (3) Safe. I think superheros wear masks and respirators. How about you? -These superheros save you "before" you need to call for help - as a fact. -And time travel into the future at 60 seconds per minute saving thousands!
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UL Standards Aug 13
Remote work arrangements during the pandemic have major implications for many sectors. We worked with stakeholders to adapt for the monitoring industry:
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martinHerzfeld Aug 11
"ENERGY 140 Electrical Applications for Solar Installers" Fall 2020 -
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martinHerzfeld Aug 10
Reading "Warn a divisive person once, and then warn them a second time. After that, have nothing to do with them." Titus 3:10
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martinHerzfeld Aug 10
"SimpliPhi IQ Training: Battery Chemistry 101"
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martinHerzfeld Aug 10
"The ExprESS™ is a battery powered AC generator and Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) that stores electricity for use when and where power from the grid is unavailable: remote, off-grid, emergency and black- out scenarios."
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martinHerzfeld Aug 9
CHAPTER 7.5. Fees for Solar Energy Systems [66015- 66015.] ( Heading of Chapter 7.5 amended by Stats. 2017, Ch. 849, Sec. 2.) 66015.   (a) For a residential solar energy system: .
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martinHerzfeld Aug 6
"Safe in the Sun"
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martinHerzfeld Aug 5
Reading "Spouting off before listening to the facts is both shameful and foolish." Prov 18:13
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martinHerzfeld Aug 5
Replying to @seanwhitesolar
Sean, I wanted to let you know, I'm the first one to "like" this on twitter. Congratulations.
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martinHerzfeld Aug 4
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martinHerzfeld Aug 4
To estimate the impact Annual Insolation vs. Panel Orientation - tilt and azimuth - would be found here:      As a result, SW or SE (e.g. ESS's - TOU) array size can be increased by approximately ~4% factoring the value of energy with NEM.
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Fuse Cobalt Inc. Jul 29
The SolarEdge Smart EV Charger Makes it Easy to Drive on Sunshine Read More Here:
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martinHerzfeld Aug 4
Webinar | Maximizing the Solar Investment: How Appraisers Value Solar (Aug. 4, 2020)
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martinHerzfeld Aug 4
Space weather live - today's sun
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