What do you picture when you hear the term “renewable energy?” Do you imagine fields of solar panels, giant windmills, or huge hydroelectric dams? Those are all examples of large-scale, grid-tied systems. In this course, we’ll go much smaller and focus on off-grid, stand-alone systems.
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Provided a clear explanation of the components and design requirements of an off grid system. Do hope research and development in urban/residential sites will be expanded upon.
Loved how the course was explained in details but some questions bothering the minds of some of the course takers wouldn't be answered as no platform to interact with the instructor. Hence the 4 🌟
Good introduction to the basics of three renewable energy alternatives, particularly focused on solar energy for home use.
Very informative and as I expected, will recommend to all who wants to know and have clear understanding of renewable energy sources.