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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來自SOLAR ENERGY CODES, PERMITTING AND ZONING的熱門評論
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 .
one the better things im doing with my job since first course i have learned so much . ty to the professor and the school for these classes
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
關於 Solar Energy for Engineers, Architects and Code Inspectors 專項課程
This specialization provides an overview of solar photovoltaics (PV), intricacies of solar system design, and a framework for solar PV project management. Targeted for engineers, HVAC installers, architects and building code inspectors, it is also appropriate for anyone considering a career in the growing renewable energy field of solar power. Courses introduce how PV operates and the anatomy of solar electric systems, the economics of solar power, pros and cons of different systems, considerations for designing a PV system, and fundamental code compliance. Materials primarily focus on solar PV in the United States. To learn more, view an overview at https://youtu.be/XjkKzbXqA6s.