Designing and Installing Code-Compliant
PHOTOVOLTAIC (PV) SYSTEMS
The current electricity crisis in California coupled with major state and local incentives has fueled a dramatic increase in the demand for PV systems. This expanded market is
enticing contractors and related specialists to incorporate PV into their construction businesses. PV design and installation require skills and knowledge that may not be familiar to
traditional trades people. Poorly designed and poorly installed systems are a frustration to the owner, a headache to the installer, and anathema to the PV industry.
These workshops promote the design and installation of high quality, cost effective PV
systems. They also provide an intensive overview of small-scale solar electric generation, basic system design issues, and installation requirements to meet the National
Electrical Code (NEC) and provide years of good performance.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Electricians, Electrical Contractors, Solar
Contractors, Inspectors, and Engineers.
Please refer to the LADWP Registration Form for cost details. Complete this form and return to LADWP by Email or FAX:
HOW TO REGISTER:
Click here for a list
of dates, locations, and contact information for the workshops. These workshops are open to all interested
parties, but space is available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Class sizes are limited so register early. Registration will be through the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP).
COURSE INFORMATION: For more information on the content of the workshop please contact the instructor, Bill Brooks.
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08/11/03 12:46 PM