Get behind-the-scenes details about the 2020 Solar Games installer competition! Moderated by Solar Power World’s Kelsey Misbrener, this 30-minute live discussion features 2020 champion Sol-Up’s Joseph Folken, technical advisor Johan Alfsen, official judge Rudy Saporite, and lead coordinator Emily Nelson.
Solar installation teams from around the country apply to compete in the Solar Games. Teams will be selected to compete in the Solar Games based on NABCEP certification, OSHA certifications and electrician requirements.
All registered attendees and exhibitors of Intersolar North America are welcome to take part by cheering on the teams during the Solar Games competition.
The 2021 Solar Games will be held in a custom-built stadium setting in the #isnaesna21 expo hall at the Long Beach Convention Center in Long Beach, CA.
To become an official Solar Games install team, please submit your information using this form on Intersolar North America. From there, a member of our team will be in touch to get you an application. If your application is approved, a $1,000 deposit is required to hold your spot – but don’t worry, upon completion of the Games, you’ll get that credited back. From there, you’ll stay in the loop with updates on the #2021solargames as an official install team!
If you are interested in providing equipment for the Solar Games and being a Solar Games sponsor, please submit your information using the contact information below. Stay tuned for updated sponsorship opportunities!
Yes, we have multiple non-equipment related sponsorships available! Please submit your information using the form on the right or email Emily Nelson at email@example.com.
2-4 weeks before the first round of the Solar Games, teams will receive system details, tools, and an Installer’s Handbook. Study this guide to ensure you have the information you’ll need to succeed at the #2021solargames!
Meet the clean energy leaders that will help guide the 2021 competition.