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Commercial Solar Connection Events and Webinars
If you are a SCE commercial, government or non-profit customer, considering a potential commercial solar project - these class offerings are for you.
Go Solar California! Commercial Webinar
The Commercial Webinar is approximately 60 minutes - it will provide an overview of steps to take when going solar and how solar can help lower your operating costs while improving your company's commitment to environmental stewardship
2015 Go Solar California! Commercial Webinar Schedule
To register for a Commercial Solar Webinar, please register on-line or call 1-866-970-9221
Commercial Solar Connection Event
During this in-person event, you will learn about the money-saving and environmental benefits of solar energy and receive information to help determine your company’s potential for a commercial solar photovoltaic or solar water heating system.
We will provide:
- An overview of the CSI Commercial rebate program
- A session on how to calculate the return on your investment
- A Q&A session with us and a panel of experts who can speak to financial options for Energy Efficiency/Green loans
- An opportunity to discuss a potential project with local commercial solar contractors
2015 Commercial Solar Connection Event Schedule
To register for a Commercial Solar Connection Event, please register on-line or call 1-866-970-9221
CSI Thermal Contractor And Self-Installer Training
The CSI Thermal Program (Solar Water Heating) is no longer accepting applications from customers to displace electric or propane solar water heating systems. However, if your water heater is natural gas operated, you may still work directly with Southern California Gas Company (SoCalGas) for the CSI Thermal Program incentive.
To register for the SoCalGas CSI Thermal Program Contractor and Self-Installer Training, please sign up here.
Completion of this course by the licensed contractor license as listed with the California State License Board (CSLB) is mandatory to participate in the CSI-Thermal Program. Installation contractors must have an active A, B, C-4, C-36 or C-46 license.
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