Ashburn, VA (PRWEB) March 19, 2014
Institute for Building Technology and Safety (IBTS), a recognized expert in solar PV quality assurance, announced the release of a case study focusing on its customer’s success in developing a full-cycle quality assurance management process. Sunrun, a leading residential solar company and IBTS’ customer is focused on providing consistent quality of its home solar service to residential customers long term, as well as mitigating risks. Keeping costs low for customers over the lifetime of their system is a priority. The company ensures that their installation quality guidelines are met by partnering with IBTS and using their solar quality assurance.
“Developing a quality management plan has set Sunrun apart from its competition,” said Christopher Doyle, Solar Program Director at IBTS. “Residential solar PV customers rely on their solar company to provide a quality system that will last for up to 20 years. IBTS worked with Sunrun to enhance its quality management process to deliver a quality product and customer experience.”
Sunrun’s development of a quality management process by partnering with a leader in quality assurance is a great step forward for the industry. Using IBTS for the inspections after installation is a low cost solution to validate that installation has been done correctly and meets their quality standards.
There has been tremendous growth in the solar industry and it will continue to grow in many years to come. IBTS is an ideal choice when it comes to Solar PV quality assurance inspections. Their team of inspectors is expertly trained and can ensure quality of installed systems.
IBTS is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization committed to helping communities through quality services that reduce risk, enhance public safety, and improve quality of life. IBTS is headquartered in Ashburn, Virginia with branch offices across the country. IBTS’s work is guided by a Board of Directors made up of government officials appointed by five of the most highly respected, grassroots, state and local governmental associations. The board appointing organizations include the National Governors Association Center for Best Practices (NGA Center), the Council of State Governments (CSG), the National Association of Counties (NACo), the National League of Cities (NLC), and International City/County Management Association (ICMA).