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SEI's Student Services Team is the BEST!

Posted by: chris on September 13, 2012
SEI has the best technical solar training in the world, but there is a lot more that goes into serving thousands of students every year.   Everything from advising, taking registrations, to making students feel comfortable when they come to our in-person trainings.  SEI's Student Services Team is world class!

Chris Smith, SEI Student Services Team member blogs about her summer experience helping students during their visit to Paonia, Colorado.

I love my job in the summertime. That's when students come to our state- of-the-art lab facility in Paonia for hands-on ...
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SEI Pulls in a Full House for Solar Photovoltaic Training at Intersolar Conference

Posted by: chris on July 23, 2012
It's a busy time of the year for solar trade shows, and Solar Energy International (SEI) had another successful one at Intersolar North America, taking in the sights (and sounds…and tastes!) of the fantastic, downtown San Francisco venue, promoting our new textbook (Solar Electric Handbook: Photovoltaic Fundamentals is available for pre-order, shipping at the end of the month), reconnecting with industry friends and insiders, casting ballots at the Solar Battle of the Bands, and staying on top of the latest and greatest the PV industry had to offer. Instructors Rebekah Hren ...
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SEI Announces Advanced Solar Training Lab: PV351L

Posted by: chris on June 12, 2012
Solar Energy International has announced its most advanced solar training opportunity yet for solar professionals - PV351L: Tools and Techniques for PV System Operations and Maintenance. 

Exciting and complex new analytical tools for photovoltaic system operations and maintenance (O&M) allow fast access to information which previously had been very difficult to gather. Whether commissioning a system, locating intermittent ground faults, or looking for module failures, knowing the techniques to safely and effectively use these new tools requires hand-on training.

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