As Part of the Company’s Ongoing Educational Outreach, SunMaxx Solar Education Manager Commits to Continuing the Free Training Program

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – February 24, 2012 – Binghamton, New York –SunMaxx Solar is pleased to announce its renewed commitment to the company’s webinar program as part of the solar hot water and renewable energy educational opportunities it provides to its subscribers. An industry leader in training today’s best solar hot water installers, SunMaxx Solar has provided free key industry insight to thousands with its webinars and seminars.

For years, SunMaxx workshops have built a strong, professional network of solar thermal installers in the United States. Continuing its series of free online solar training webinars shows SunMaxx Solar’s commitment to keeping solar dealers and installers across the nation up to date on many important topics in the solar hot water installation industry.

CEO Adam Farrell comments, “SunMaxx Solar webinars are based on solar thermal technology and are an excellent tool for those wanting to get competitive in the solar energy market.”

The virtual 30-minute SunMaxx Solar webinars are usually scheduled on Mondays at noon throughout the year. They allow for a participant Q&A with SunMaxx Solar Education and Training Program Manager, John Maliwacki, or one of his guest presenters. John offers intelligent instruction and information on topics relevant to the solar industry.

John adds, “We have topics that can benefit everyone interested in solar energy, from those with a casual interest to seasoned installers. We cover everything from the science behind solar energy to instruction in the actual installation solar thermal systems. Please join us!”

The SunMaxx Solar webinars are recorded and archived for future access on the SunMaxx Solar website. A list of topics and discussions can be viewed at any time at

Previous webinar topics have included , ‘How To Do a Complete Site Survey & Properly Size A Solar System’ ; ‘How Changes In The National Electric Code Effect Today’s Solar PV Installations’ ; ‘Everything You Need To Know About Solar Collector & Installer Certifications’ and insider knowledge tips including, ‘Secret Sales Strategies from SunMaxx’s Top Solar Thermal Salesperson’.

On March 12, 2012, solar engineer expert John Maliwacki will launch a series of short webinars on ‘Commissioning Systems’. To sign up for the upcoming training series, or to learn more about SunMaxx Solar weekly webinars please visit the company website online. SunMaxx Solar aims to build a sustainable future for its global community, and the progressive company looks forward to being the ongoing resource for Eco-friendly, energy efficiency and renewable energy educational programs.



SunMaxx Solar is a leading, vertically integrated manufacturer of solar thermal systems and components. Inspired by a high school science project, SunMaxx Solar was established in 2006 by company CEO Adam Farrell, along with his brother, Matt Farrell, as the solar thermal division of Silicon Solar, Inc., a PV based sales and distribution Company, to meet the growing demand for solar thermal products in North America.

Since our inception, our operational excellence and product leadership in the industry has enabled us to pioneer the development and distribution of new solar technologies and services. We have also established one of the leading solar thermal installer training and educational programs, with a network of over 4,000 authorized SunMaxx installers nationwide. Our certified professional instructors are experts in the solar thermal industry, providing the most up-to-date education and training in solar technology. SunMaxx Solar continues to grow its North American solar thermal operations as well as expanding operations outside of the United States.

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