In the State of North Carolina, a licensed electrical contractor must install as well as contract to install solar systems. This means that only the electrical contractor may have a contract with a property owner for this work.
However, gaining licensure in North Carolina is valuable because the State has reciprocity agreements with Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, Ohio, South Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia.
In North Carolina, a limited, intermediate, or unlimited electrical license classification is permitted to perform solar installation work as well as single family detached residential dwelling license-holders.
You’ll need a minimum of 2 years experience and pay a $90 fee to acquire a Limited Electrical Contractor License.
Additionally, a company must become a Registered PV Contractor or a Registered Solar PV Contractor.
For a company to become a Registered PV Contractor, at least one employee of the contractor company must provide proof to the Solar Center of obtaining the following administrative requirements:
To become a Registered Solar PV Contractor, at least one employee of the contractor company must meet one of the following requirements:
Once you have acquired your solar installation license, use our solar lead generation guide to fill your deal flow.
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