Go Solis Webinar #1: 2020 California Solar Mandate with Solis Inverters (12/17/2019, U.S.)



Join Ginlong Solis USA and Bill Brooks to hear about the upcoming 2020 California Solar Mandate and the latest Solis inverters to meet new regulations in our dynamic PV marketplace.  



In this webinar, code expert Bill Brooks will share insights on the looming mandate that requires every new home in California include a solar system starting Jan. 1, 2020. The principal of Brooks Engineering will provide a deep dive on such topics as: Module-level rapid shutdown (MLRS) Regulatory Compliance in 2020, e.g Rule 21 (Phases 1, 2 and 3), ISO-NE, etc. Developments in the 2017 and 2020 National Electrical Code SunSpec and communicating inverters Ginlong’s lead applications engineer Terence Parker will reveal advancements in the Solis string inverter portfolio that help meet these new regulations. He will highlight the latest Solis MLRSD solution and other features to meet changes in our dynamic environment.  



About the California Solar Mandate: Designed to lower greenhouse gas emissions and boost residential energy efficiency, the statewide solar mandate presents new challenges and opportunities for home developers and builders. Starting in 2020, builders must offer a base PV system which they can upsell with value-added options such as batteries, more modules, comprehensive monitoring, and PV array optimizers. This means the state’s electricians and roofers are about to see a lot more solar and will need additional training to meet this demand. 

Who will benefit? This webinar will help both seasoned PV installers and other tradespeople new to solar to understand risks and identify opportunities for success in this new booming PV market.  This is the first in a new webinar series produced by the Solis North American team in partnership with various experts across the industry. 




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