Ryan Mayfield is one the industry's leading experts in National Electrical Code (NEC) compliance and has dedicated his career in advancing the solar industry through educating others on these important principles. As Technical Editor for Solar Pro Magazine, co-author of Home Power Magazine's Code Corner, and contributor to Mike Holt's Understanding NEC Requirements for Solar Photovoltaic Systems, you can be sure that Ryan is up to date on all the latest code changes and industry standards.
Heat Spring Course: Megawatt Design
Online training via Heat Spring, in partnership with Solar Pro magazine.
Instructors: Ryan Mayfield, Mayfield Renewables, and Randy Batchelor, Sol Rebel
Learn large-scale solar design and how to get your projects permitted and installed faster and cheaper. This training covers many types of large solar PV systems, with a heavy emphasis on commercial rooftop systems. Ryan, along with help from other industry leaders, has developed this course to help experienced solar professionals grow in the industry.
Ryan hosts a number of in person training around the country and throughout the year. See him at one of the conferences below.
March 25-28, 2019 @ San Diego, CA
PV and the National Electric Code (NEC)
6.0 NABCEP CEU Credits NEC, PVIP, PVTS, PVCMS, PVDS, PVIS, PVSI
Designed specifically for experienced PV professionals, this course will cover the major code requirements affecting PV installations, focusing on the 2017 and 2014 NEC Articles 690 and 705. Upon successful completion of this course, participants will have the ability to recognize and implement new code require- ments for PV systems.In-depth technical training on National Electric Code for photovoltaics systems.
May 7-9, 2019 @ Portland, OR
Commercial PV Design from kw to mw
Common topics encountered with commercial PV design and installations. Discussions will included transformer selection for matching inverters to utility interconnection voltages and consideration of inverter topologies in commercial applications. Other topics to included PV array to inverter power ratio and power factor considerations with inverter selection.
Jan 17-19, 2018 @ San Diego, CA
PV Systems and NEC 690
NABCEP CEU Credits
Designed specifically for experienced PV professionals, this course will cover the major code requirements affecting PV installations, focusing on Article 690 of the 2014 and 2017 NEC. The course will focus in the Code changes that have the greatest impact on PV installations including rapid shut down, wiring methods, and bonding and grounding.
PV Systems Article 690 and Utility Interconnection, Article 705
NABCEP CEU Credits
This session will continue from the previous discussion on NEC 690 with an emphasis on the utility interconnection requirements in 705. Upon successful completion of this course, participants will have the ability to recognize and implement new code requirements for PV systems.