This course equips learners to identify national code and zoning rules specific to photovoltaic (PV) systems, as well as key design elements and points for inspection. Curriculum includes zoning variances, critical elements of the permitting process, planning documents necessary for PV system installation and recommendations for permitting offices to streamline the permit process. Learners gain a code inspector’s perspective in relation to building and electrical code requirements.
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Material is very good and so simple from engineering point of view also gives the basic s and base line to establish solid back from nd about solar energy .
Excellent Course for the Solar professionals. Instructor having vast experience in the solar and SME (Subject Matter Expert)
A very nice and educative course it really help me in understanding more about solar PV systems designs
The course is insightful and knowledgeable too. It was a step in the right direction for me.
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Is financial aid available?