PV202: Advanced PV System Design and the NEC (Grid-Direct)

PV202: Advanced PV System Design and the NEC (Grid-Direct)

Hello , Your event has been viewed 0 times.

Event Date(s): 
01/21/13 to 01/25/13
Price: 
$995.00
Organized/Hosted by: 
Solar Energy International

Location:

TBA
Walnut Creek
California
United States

For More Information:

(970) 963-8855

Apply National Electrical Code (NEC) standards and industry best practices to residential and commercial grid-direct solar electric systems to ensure safe, code-compliant design and installation. This solar training workshop builds upon the core concepts from PV101, expanding them to address larger, more complex grid-direct PV systems.

PV202 focuses significantly on the National Electrical Code, including interconnection calculations, grounding, workspace clearances, and disconnect and overcurrent protection sizing and considerations.

Commercial system equipment specifications including inverters, racking, and commercial voltage service panels are covered; as well as site considerations for roof and ground-mounted arrays, including layout and inter-row shading. PV 202 thoroughly addresses array sizing with various inverter configurations, in order to assess design options and optimize performance. Students will learn to evaluate system performance under various operating conditions, and identify and correct installation errors including ground-faults. This course combines class lectures with individual problem solving exercises covering common design considerations.
Course materials include a copy of the 2011 National Electric Code book, which you will receive at the start of the course.

Trainings, Workshops, Courses and Seminars
Course Instructor Credentials:

-Instructor name not provided-

Course Instructor Credentials:

-Course instructor credentials not provided-

Training Provider Credentials: 
ISPQ Training Program Accreditation
Course Hours Count Toward: 
NABCEP Continuing Education PV Installer Recertification

Advertisement

X
You may login with either your assigned username or your e-mail address.
The password field is case sensitive.
Loading