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Solar Training Success Story at Solar Power International '11 in Dallas

Posted by: april on November 7, 2011
By Brian Mehalic, PV Curriculum Developer and Instructor
(Pictured here with SEI PV instructors Rebekah Hren and and Laura Walters at SPI 2011 in Dallas)

Once again, another strong showing at Solar Power International, the premier industry conference. Solar Energy International started the week off with a bang, with an ace crew of North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) and ISPQ-certified instructors teaching three two-day and one one-day solar training workshops at the Dallas Convention Center.

Turn-out was great, with over 140 students ...
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Go Big with Solar Training with Solar Energy International in Dallas

Posted by: april on September 28, 2011
Solar Energy International is pleased to offer four pre-conference solar trainings at Solar Power International in Dallas in October. We have an all-star line-up of trainings and presenters for both our one- and two-day trainings. Register here.

Sunday and Monday, Oct. 16-17, 2011 Commercial PV: NEC 2011 Code-Compliant Design, Operations, and Maintenance Tech Talk for the Non-Technical PV Professional Understanding Solar Business and Finance Monday, Oct. 17, 2011 ...
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Further your solar training at Solar Power International 2010 in Los Angeles

Posted by: april on August 25, 2010


 

 

 


CARBONDALE, CO USA - Solar Energy International is going Hollywood.

In conjunction with North America's largest business-to-business solar event - Solar Power International 2010 taking place Oct. 12-14 in Los Angeles - Solar Energy International is hosting a one-day solar installation course. Intermediate Level PV System Installation on Oct. 11 will focus on National Electrical Code (NEC) requirements, best practices, and safe working procedures for installing and troubleshooting solar systems.

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