Solar Assessors evaluate sites in-person or remotely to determine how much energy can be harvested at a given location, then make written and verbal system recommendations to potential customers.
Site Assessors conduct on-site or remote studies for residential and commercial solar projects, quickly creating and sharing detailed site drawings, reports and analysis. They generate leads, schedule assessments, and meet with customers; assess and document electrical systems and roof conditions; perform shade analysis and review weather patterns. They may determine the best type, size and layout of solar panels; calculate potential costs and savings; write recommendations in a formal report for customer; and facilitate customer execution of rebate and financing. In a larger firm, they communicate site details to the company's solar designers and installation teams.
▸ Solar Sales Representative
Solar system design and technical sale training would support this move.
▸ Residential PV System Designer
Certification and mechanical or electrical training would facilitate this move.
▸ Solar PV Installer
This move likely entails certification and mechanical or electrical training.