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Wind Training

WP101: Wind Training - Wind Design and Installation

Participants in this wind power training workshop will learn design and install principles for residential wind systems that range from 10 to 70 feet in diameter and produce 1 to 100 kWh per day. The workshop will cover site analysis, system design, installation and safety issues, and hardware specification. Learn about the different available residential wind turbines, how they work, and the advantages and disadvantages of each.

WP102: Homebuilt Wind Turbines

This workshop will guide participants through the process of building a small wind turbine from scratch. Brief sessions each day on wind generator theory will be followed by shop sessions. The workshop group will construct one to three working wind generators. Approximately three-quarters of this workshop will be hands-on construction of wind turbines.

WP201: Wind Training - Residential Wind Maintenance and Repair

Wind-electric systems often require the most maintenance and have the most problems of any renewable electricity system. This workshop includes a brief review of basic wind-electric system design principles and practice, and then focuses on maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair of these systems. This is an advanced workshop, intended for experienced wind-electric system users, designers, and installers, or for those who have attended SEI's Residential Wind workshop. Classroom sessions will

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