The SRCC™ Finds a Home And Creates Jobs Amidst Rapid Growth

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The Solar Rating & Certification Corporation opens its own offices and adds (7) seven positions in Cocoa, Florida.

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Due to ever-increasing demand for its services, the Solar Rating & Certification Corporation™ (SRCC™), the leading non-profit, independent, third-party certification entity for solar hot water collectors & systems, has opened its own offices in Cocoa, Florida at 400 High Point Drive, Suite 400. The fully independent SRCC has created and filled seven (7) positions, including specialists and support staff who were carefully hand-picked from a large pool of applications.

Among the staff are:
Eileen Prado – Executive Director / Wilmington, NC
Jim Huggins – Technical Director / Cocoa, FL
Nick Nida – Collector Certification Analyst / Cocoa, FL
Alonso Morlesin – System Certification Analyst / Sarasota, FL
Tomas Koenig – System Certification Analyst / Saluda, NC
Teresa Johnson – Administration Support Specialist / Cocoa, FL
Arlene Kennedy – Participant Support Specialist / Palm Bay, FL

“The SRCC has made many improvements over the past year amidst our growth, but now that we have our own offices and specialized staff, we can work faster and smarter. We’re very excited about the future, and how these new efficiencies will serve to benefit our applicants,” said Eileen Prado, Executive Director.

The new staff, fully dedicated to the SRCC's mission, is focused on improving efficiencies, shortening certification time, and developing new standards for the evolving solar thermal market, and for the exciting innovative products and systems of the next decade.

About the SRCC:

The SRCC was incorporated in 1980 as a non-profit, independent, third-party certification entity.They provide authoritative performance ratings, certifications and standards for solar thermal products, offers expert recommendations and advice to governments and other entities, as well as guidance and protection for consumers and stakeholders. They help promote the development of reliable solar thermal technologies and accountable performance claims.


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