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Solar Energy International Premieres New Video Featuring PV Lab Facility and Online Campus

Posted by: april on January 9, 2012
Solar Energy International welcomes its 21st year of providing renewable energy and solar training to the world by premiering a new video in 2012 featuring SEI's state-of-the-art PV Lab Facility in Paonia, Colorado and online learning efforts. The video highlights SEI's long-running photovoltaics (PV) training program, and students receiving hands-on experience in the various PV install types at SEI's seven-acre campus in Colorado. The video also promos SEI's innovative Online Campus and new Solar Professionals Certificate Program for 2012. The program accommodates a growing industry ...
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Solar Training at SEI's PV Lab Facility Features Quality, Code-compliant Flashing Products

Posted by: april on April 19, 2011
By Jeff Tobe, PV Lab Manager & Instructor
ISPQ Certified Instructor  #01021
NABCEP Certified PV Installer  #031508-84
NABCEP Certified PV Technical Sales # PVTS012911-90

In preparation for a busy summer of installation-based solar training workshops at our PV lab Facility in Paonia, Colorado, we recently worked on installing flashings for an existing lab system that was recently re-roofed. The days of L-feet straight to the roof surface with copious amounts of sealing "goop" are long gone thanks to variety of quality, code-compliant flashing ...
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Solar Energy International installs solar PV system on Paonia Town Hall

Posted by: april on November 18, 2010

By Kathy Swartz, Solar Energy International's Renewable Energy Education Program Director

Solar Energy International recently installed a 6.3kW PV system on Town Hall in Paonia, Colorado. A grant from the StEPP Foundation funded the hardware, Solar Energy International donated design and labor time, and Delta-Montrose Electric Association (DMEA) and the Town of Paonia gave their support to the project.  At 6.3kw, the system is the largest in the town of Paonia, and is visible from downtown. 

Lucien Pevec, a Town Council Trustee, wrote ...
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