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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 Energy International: The Solar Training Magic Continues

Posted by: april on September 21, 2011
By Kathy Swartz, Renewable Energy Training Director

In my previous solar training blog, I spoke about meeting this week's PV301L: Solar Electric Lab Week (Battery-Based) workshop participants and how the class feels like family.

I wrote about Steve who works at a leading PV installation company on the Front Range of Colorado. There's also Chris from Alaska who is working on remote telecommunications systems in Alaska. This is his fourth class with Solar Energy International and he's here so that he can apply what he's learning to his job.

Or there's David ...
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Solar Energy International: Where the Solar Training Magic Happens

Posted by: april on September 20, 2011
By Kathy Swartz, Renewable Energy Training Director

I mentioned in a previous solar training blog this summer that one of my favorite ways to start the training week is to go to introductions on the first day of class. This week's PV301L: Solar Electric Lab Week (Battery-Based) workshop, which started Sept. 19, was no exception.

The class feels like family. Walking in the room the first day, I immediately noticed familiar faces. On the break, there was a lot of catching up between students who took classes together or met in the online world this year.

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