Sun’s New England training sessions focus on the electrical code DY

Solar Energy Business Association of New England is hosting three one-day training sessions, featuring photovoltaic Instructor John Wiles-New Mexico State University Southwest technology development Institute of real estate management.


The fee is based on the sessions are intended for electrical inspectors, Sun taksiautoilijat, professionals, and engineers, electrical contractors who need to know the national electrical code.


As the Sun business are welcome to participate in the work of the members.


Training topics include: introduction to PV systems and their applications in PV modules, which are associated with the code, as well as the national electrical code for PV, the conductor types and grading, to compliance and unplug devices, lentokiellolla, utility-interactive systems and the point of connection properties.


The locations are as follows:


Cromwell, Conn., Tuesday, Feb 8.


Westborough, mass., on Wednesday, Feb 9.


Hanover, N.H., on Thursday, Feb 10.


Education daily, 7: 30 a.m. to 5 p.m. At morning and afternoon break. Lunch will be delivered.


Summaries are included in the training, the inspectors checklist and PV/NEC proposed practices Handbook.


Continuing education units may be participants with daylong training.


For more information, including registration fees, is available from the Solar Energy Business Association of New England.


John Wiles, Director, to assist the PV industry, including, but not limited to, electronic, electrical contractors who need to inspectors and purchasing agencies understand the national electrical code requirements for PV.


Mr. Wiles imaging unit PV Industry Forum along with the Secretary of the NEC article 690. He drafted the text of the article, 690 in 2005 and 2008 NEC Handbook. More than 30 submissions accepted 2008 NEC and 54 comments were received from 2011-code.


The Solar Energy Business Association of New England to the North, on the basis of the undertakings, or associated with the business. Its members include companies in all sectors of the solar industry, including cell and module manufacturers, tuulisähkö, component part manufacturers, project developers, system designers and installers.


Education funders are the Connecticut clean energy fund, Massachusetts Clean Energy Center and the U.s. Department of energy.

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