February 4-6, 2020 | San Diego Convention Center | San Diego, CA

Solar Games 2020

Solar Games

Schedule of Events

  • Tuesday, February 4, 2020: The 2020 Solar Games begin with two competitions narrowing four teams down to two.
    • 12:00 PM – First Round
    • 3:00 PM – Second Round
  • Wednesday, February 5, 2020: The two finalists battle for the title of 2020 Solar Games Champion—culminating in the winner announced on the #isna2020 exhibit hall floor.
    • 2:00 PM – Championship Round


Jinko Solar

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  • Find at #isna2020: Booth #811

Everest Solar

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  • Find at #isna2020: Booth #516

Rolls Battery Engineering

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  • Find at #isna2020: Booth #847




Who takes part in the Solar Games?

Solar installation teams from around the country applied to compete in the Solar Games. Of those who applied, four teams were selected based on NABCEP certification to compete in the Solar Games.

All registered attendees and exhibitors of Intersolar North America are welcome to watch the Solar Games. Bleachers are available for you to watch the teams compete!

If you are interested in participating in the Solar Games as an install team, email Emily Nelson at enelson@divcom.com

Where will the Solar Games be held?

The Solar Games will be held at Intersolar North America, in the back-left of the expo hall floor.

What size is the system?

The systems will each total 4kW. There will be one system on each of the two roofs.

What equipment is being used?

The systems will each have the following equipment: JinkoSolar Eagle60 modules, Everest Solar Systems racking, and Rolls Battery Engineering batteries. Safety equipment is provided by Petzl.

Interested in sponsoring the Solar Games? Email Emily Nelson at enelson@divcom.com

Does someone emcee the competition?

Brian Mehalic and Roger Williams from Solar Energy International (SEI) will be emceeing each round of the Solar Games.

Who judges the competition?

Rudy Saporite from the Institute for Building Technology and Safety will be judging the Solar Games.

What happens to the system after the Solar Games?

After the Solar Games, sponsors have opted to donate their equipment to Twende Solar to support a project to power a children’s home in Peru, as well as other projects based in the US.

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