“Early Bird” NABCEP Training | Nov. 13 & 14, 2024

A Special “Early Bird” NABCEP training, sponsored by BluSphere Energy & featuring training from Sean White, will be held at Ameristar, Wednesday, Nov. 13th & Thursday, Nov. 14th. This is a great addition to our 2024 Solar Summit & MOSEIA Annual Conference exhibits, presentations, welcome reception, awards dinner, & annual meeting (Thursday, Nov. 14th through Friday, Nov. 15th).


About the Training:

Super-Code Class: NEC, IRC, IFC and NFPA 855 for NABCEP Credit by Sean White | Wednesday 10:30am-4:30pm

This super-workshop will be jam-packed with Solar and Storage National Electrical Code (NEC), International Residential Code (IRC), International Fire Code (IFC) and NFPA 855 Standard for Energy Storage material. We are expecting AHJs, Fire Officials, North American Board of Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) certified experts, those wanting to be NABCEP certified and anyone looking for a really good time digesting Code. Be at the top of your game. We will cover different versions of the Codes, from 2017 to 2023. This course is good for NABCEP Credit.

Solar and Storage Basics | Thursday 8:30am-10:30am

In this class we will go over the basics of solar and storage, including describing what electricity is (power and energy), how solar, batteries and inverters go together, how they all work and how the Sun really shines. Some exciting topics include: photovoltaic modules, inverters, module level power electronics (MLPE), lithium-ion batteries, sun paths, single-line diagrams, ac and dc power and all we can fit into two hours!

Many people in the solar industry can benefit from knowing what they are talking about. Why fake it until you make it, when you can make it with this class. You can bet that this class will be a lot more fun than losing all your money in the casino the night before. Class is good for NABCEP Credit, and if you do not know what NABCEP is, then you really need this class! (www.nabcep.org)

Register here or email Jon Dolan (dolan@moseia.com) to learn more.


MOSEIA Solar Summit Anti-Trust and Code of Conduct

MOSEIA provides a forum for exchange of ideas in a variety of settings including its annual meeting, educational programs, committee meetings, and Board meetings. This policy statement clearly and unequivocally supports the policy of competition served by the antitrust laws and to communicate the Association’s uncompromising policy to comply strictly in all respects with those laws.


In order to ensure that the Association and its members comply with antitrust laws, the following principles will be observed:

· The association or any committee, or activity of the Association shall not be used for the purpose of bringing about or attempting to bring about any understanding or agreement, written or oral, formal or informal, expressed or implied, among two or more members or other competitors with regard to prices or terms and conditions of contracts for services or products.

· There will be no discussions discouraging or withholding patronage or services from, or encouraging exclusive dealing with any supplier or purchaser or group of suppliers or purchasers of products or services, any actual or potential competitor or group of actual potential competitors, or any private or governmental entity.

· There will be no discussions about allocating or dividing geographic or service markets or customers

· There will be no discussions about restricting, limiting, prohibiting, or sanctioning advertising or solicitation that is not false, misleading, deceptive, or directly competitive with Association products or services.

At informal discussions at the site of any Association meeting all participants are expected to observe the same standards of personal conduct as are required of the Association in its compliance.


CODE OF ETHICAL CONDUCT: Be considerate and respectful. Refrain from demeaning, discriminatory, or harassing behavior and speech. Be mindful of your surroundings and of your fellow participants. Alert event venue security or MOSEIA staff if you notice a dangerous or harassing situation or someone in distress.

UNACCEPTABLE CONDUCT: Unacceptable behaviors include: intimidating, harassing, abusive, discriminatory, derogatory, or demeaning conduct by any attendee, speaker, partner, exhibitor, or volunteer of the event or related event activities. As an industry Attendees often combine professional activities with social interaction and while MOSEIA encourages such networking and strengthening of connections between participants, MOSEIA reserves the right to remove anyone whose social attentions become unwelcome to an attendee or exhibitor, who appears inebriated and who engages in conduct that interferes with the ability of other attendees and/or exhibitors to participate in and enjoy the event. Event participants are not permitted to bring firearms to the event.

CONSEQUENCES OF UNACCEPTABLE BEHAVIOR: Unacceptable behavior will not be tolerated at the events whether by (including but not limited to) attendees, media, speakers, volunteers, organizers, venue staff, sponsors, or exhibitors. MOSEIA, at its discretion, may bar those who violate this code from continued attendance or participation in some or all of the events, without refund of any fees paid, and may in appropriate circumstances bar violators of this code from attendance or participation of future events.