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Photovoltaic System Design and Installation Course - Bellevue, Washington
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Photovoltaic System Design and Installation Course - Bellevue, Washington

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  • 1. Course OverviewThis 32-hour training course, taught by ISPQ Master AffiliatedSolar Instructor Brad Burkhartzmeyer, guides both the contractorand installer through all aspects of designing and installing solarphotovoltaic (PV) systems. Frequent hands-on training andclassroom lecture covers a variety of topics including: • Solar Power OverviewSolar Power Overview • Basic Electricity Concepts • Photovoltaic Modules • Series and Parallel Connection of Modules • Mounting Practices and Considerations • Financial Picture and Incentives • Inverters • Solar Resource • Site Analysis • System Sizing • Charge Controllers • Batteries • Overview of NEC: Article 690 • PV System Labeling per NEC • PV System Wiring Methods • Interconnection
  • 2. • PV System Grounding • Safety and CommissioningDates/TimesThursday, April 11 - Sunday, April 14, 20138:00am-5:00pmLocationCITC Bellevue1930 116th Ave NEBellevue, WA 98004Cost$699 (includes textbook and all lab materials). Entercode PVINSTALL50 at checkout to receive $50 offenrollment!RequiredParticipants are required to bring a current NEC Code Book, calculator, paperand pen/pencilContinuing Education CreditElectricians and Electrical Trainees will receive 16 hours of Industry Relatedhours towards their Washington State licenseRegistrationTo register online, click here. To register via phone, call CITC toll-free at 877-238-8646. Registration deadline extended to Monday, April 29, 2013.

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