On July 1, California’s intervening code cycle takes effect allowing larger PV arrays on residential roofs as the new relaxed "fire setbacks and pathways" take effect. Join us to learn about the new rules and regulations that help residential PV installers gain back valuable roof space for bigger PV arrays. We will also address the new mandate requiring inverters be certified to provide reactive power priority for the Volt-Var function.
Jeff Spies: President - Planet Plan Sets
- CALSSA Codes/Standards Committee Chair
Alan Fields: Design and Engineering Manager - Solar Spectrum / Sungevity
- CALSSA Permitting Committee Chair
Matt Paiss: Fire Captain
- International Association of Fire Fighters primary representative to the NEC Code Making Panel 4
- President - Energy Response Solution
Free for members, $75 for non-members
To process payment or join the association, please contact
Membership Director, Carter Lavin.