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Solar One Energy Advantage:

Project Logistics & Solar One Energy Certifications and Licensing

A smooth commercial solar PV installation process calls for great planning and operations experience. Solar PV projects also require a variety of technical skills. Whether solar PV installation, roofing, electrical coding, or engineering, you can be confident that Solar One Energy carries a wealth of knowledge and experience in these areas:

PV System Installation

  • NABCEP Certified PV Installer: the highest available national certification, requiring demonstrated and verified practical installation experience and a rigorous five hour exam (30% pass rate)
  • NYSERDA Certified PV Installer - 4 years in good standing
  • LIPA Certified PV Installer
  • Completed Farmingdale University - PV Installer Training classes with NABCEP Trainers


PV System Design & Code Requirements

  • Experienced PV System Design: Designed over 30 commercial projects for other PV installers and electricians (AES Solar, Pinnacle Restoration, Massa Architects, and the NYSERDA Multifamily Building Program 2007-2008.)
  • Innovative PV System Design: Installed Sanyo Bi-Facial PV system that absorbs sunlight from both sides; Project won an award from the Staten Island Chamber of Commerce.
  • Expert in NYC PV code requirements, UL Field inspection requirements, Con Ed Engineering Requirements, New York City Department of Buildings - Electrical Division process, NYC Planning Division filings, NYFD Regulations for PV


Electrical Project Management

  • NYC Building Department Registered Master Electricians (3 on staff) - 13 years commercial work experience
  • Four crews with OSHA Trained Supervisors (with cards)
  • Commercial Electric Project Management in New York City on new construction and renovation from $500,000 to $2,000,000+
  • Commercial Builders references available (repeatedly selected for large co-op projects in Queens and Brooklyn)
  • Electrical contracting experience with commercial and high-amperage service entrances, commercial/large multi-family building electrical distribution, and the National Electric Code (NEC)