Overview Of Renewable Energy Tech And Project Development

Overview Of Renewable Energy Tech And Project Development

Event Date(s): 
03/13/14 to 03/14/14
Organized/Hosted by: 
NC Solar Center at NC State University


Holiday Inn Express Raleigh SW
3741 Thistledown Drive
North Carolina
United States

For More Information:

(919) 624-3061

This 14-hour course will include topics on how technologies work, market trends, siting projects, choosing the right technology and products for a project, and conditions that make a successful project. This class is part of the larger 40-hour Certificate in Renewable Energy Management. Instructor: Bob Kingery, Co-Founder, Southern Energy Management

Learning Objectives:

Know the differences among technologies and some of their legal definitions
Learn trends in renewable energy markets
Identify components of solar systems
Be able to do a quick site analysis of project viability
Learn the conditions that make successful renewable energy projects
Know key resources to find technical and policy answers


Global and Local Market Perspectives in Renewable Energy

Global trends in renewable energy installation
Leading manufacturers
Choosing the right brand and company
Introduction to Renewable Energy Systems

What is “renewable energy” vs “green energy” vs “clean energy”
Fuel cells
Solar Fundamentals

Introduction to solar thermal systems
Types, components
Market reality
Introduction to Solar PV

Types of modules, components
Emerging technologies
Review of resources
Overview of Project Development

Conditions that make a successful project
Activity: choosing a site, technology, size, and brand

Trainings, Workshops, Courses and Seminars
Bob Kingery
Course Instructor Credentials:

-Course instructor credentials not provided-

Training Provider Credentials: 
ISPQ Training Program Accreditation
Registered provider of the NABCEP Entry-Level PV Exam
Course Hours Count Toward:

-Course hours accreditation not provided-


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