PV101: Solar Electric Design & Installation (Grid-Direct)

PV101: Solar Electric Design & Installation (Grid-Direct)

Event Date(s): 
04/14/14 to 04/18/14
Price: 
$995
Organized/Hosted by: 
Solar Energy International

Location:

Outlook Hotel Boulder
800 28th Street
Boulder
Colorado
United States

For More Information:

(970) 963-8855

This course will provide an overview of the three basic PV system applications, primarily focusing on grid-direct systems. The goal of the course is to create a fundamental understanding of the core concepts necessary to work with all PV systems, including: system components, site analysis, PV module criteria, mounting solutions, safety, and commissioning. The course will also cover the basics of sizing a residential grid-direct system, wire sizing, overcurrent protection, and grounding – all of which will be expanded upon in PV202.
This workshop includes 5 days of classroom lecture with tours, in addition to approximately a 1/2 day of labs. Students receive an introductory level hands-on experience through the opportunity to work on lab kits. Students will wire a grid-direct system, including the inverter, disconnects, racking, and grounding, using commercially available components and small 20-watt modules.
Prerequisites: Before participating in the PV101 in-person workshop, students are required to complete the self-paced PV 101 PREP online component (included in price of PV101, you will automatically be enrolled in PV PREP Online at the time you register for PV101).
Course Materials: Solar Electric Handbook: Photovoltaic Fundamentals and Applications (Print and eBook Format). Included in price of course.

Trainings, Workshops, Courses and Seminars
Instructor/Presenter: 
TBA
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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