This 40-hour workshop will introduce participants to the basic concepts, tools, techniques and materials needed to design and construct both battery-based and grid-direct photovoltaic systems. The course will focus on the key competencies addressed in the NABCEP Entry level PV exam and includes the fee for the test. Participants will have up to 6 months to take the test at a Castle Worldwide testing company at locations throughout North Carolina as well as other states. Upon passing, you will receive the NABCEP Entry Level Certification.
The NABCEP PV Entry Level Program is designed for individuals wanting to get into the solar field, and is a way to demonstrate achievement of a basic knowledge of the fundamental principles of the application, design, installation and operation of grid-tied and stand-alone PV Systems. Click here for more information on the NABCEP Entry Level Program.
This workshop includes site visits to installed systems on campus including Raley PV Array, E3 House PV Rooftop Array, and Kerr Scott Hall Array.
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