Welcome to Community.Solar
Take a class. Do a project. We can help.
What Our Customers Say
You rock. Thanks for the help.Brandon Hoffman
Your class saved me both time and money. I enjoyed the section on commercial sites using batteries with solar to reduce peak demand. The solar design software parts were also interesting.Bill Hennessy, Berks Solar
Very informative! Spoke to us directly without reading the slides. However, slides were excellent and merited five to ten minutes discussion each. Very well prepared.Electrical Engineer, Lombard IL
John puts together one of the industry’s most comprehensive solar design guides.Sam Adeyemo, Aurora Solar
I really enjoy your courses. Clear and easy to understand, and a great resource of industry info. I especially like that this is up-to-date intel, thanks for sharing the websites too!Alissa C, Hawaii’s first NABCEP PV Installer
About the Instructor
Course author John Cromer is an Ivy League mechanical engineer with oil field industry in Texas before “going green” in 2008. He writes and teaches original course material based on field experiences and sound economics. The products and services offered by Community.Solar are a result of the concepts discussed in class. Mr. Cromer is Mississippi’s first NABCEP-certified PV Installation Professional and Master Electrician.
Something for Everyone
From design feasibility to post-installation battery maintenance. If you want solar, this is the best starting point for you.
Get Solar Training
Our educational videos are registered with NABCEP as a continuing education resource, good for meeting 100% of your NABCEP hour requirements. Take what you need, when you need it, for up to three years. Architects and Engineers welcome. We are not registered with any state board for continuing education. We are not yet registered for OSHA certification or NABCEP PV Associate.
Community Solar Options
Want solar but can't have it? Our community solar lease lets you support a project and receive leasing revenue for 25 years.
Our systems will take your home 100% off-grid during the day, and reconnect you at night, removing you from grid interconnection politics. Conserve your electricity to become 100% off-grid. Be prepared for an emergency with onsite energy.