2017 Solar Training Events

2017 Solar Training Events

HES PV CanSIA 2017 Solar Training

Living Off-Grid With Solar

This half day session will provide an overview of how to increase productivity in your existing PV plants.

Topics include:


  • How to Design Off-Grid Residential Solar Systems from Top to Bottom
    – Size the system right to match the customer
  • What Your Customers Need To Know About Battery Systems
    – From Selection to Care & Maintenance
  • Inverter Selection For A Range Of System Sizes
    – What to specify and understanding the features
  • Grid Backup Systems
    – How to use off-grid technology to improve the reliability of grid power at homes and businesses:
  • & more
When: December 6th, 2017
from 9:00am to 12:00pm
Where: Intercontinental Hotel,
Caledon/Oakville Room - Toronto, Ontario
Cost: $95 Session (includes Lunch, Break Snacks, & Materials)
$295 for both training seminars

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PV System Operations & Maintenance

HES PV and 30 Forensic Engineering have combined to deliver this PV System Operations & Maintenance course. During this half day course, you will learn about the current Canadian O&M Market, Electrical code updates that may impact your system, best practices for O&M services and costs, common failure points of PV Systems and tips or tricks to thermal images, IV curves and other test proceedures.
 
 
30 Forensic Engineering is a unified team of forensic engineers, scientists and experts. With full access to a multidisciplinary team, each of our practices can explore every possible cause of an incident from a technical and scientific perspective, as well as a deep knowledge of governing regulations, common practices, and legal precedents.
 
HES PV is dedicated to helping Canadians use solar electricity in their homes and businesses. With over 25 years of industry experience, we use our knowledge base and the best equipment available to provide quality energy solutions. Our systems are reliable, safe and durable.
 

This half day session will provide an overview of how to increase productivity in your existing PV plants.

Topics include:


  • Overview of the O&M market and why it makes sense
  • Financial breakdown of O&M tasks
  • Common failure points and how to prevent them with O&M tasks
  • IEC 62446 and NREL O&M Best Practices
  • Review & Improve O&M tasks, don’t just produce reports
  • Overview of OESC Renewable Energy Code changes and ESA Bulletins since 2011
When: December 6th, 2017
from 12:30pm to 5:00pm
Where: Intercontinental Hotel,
Caledon/Oakville Room - Toronto, Ontario
Cost: $245 Session (includes Lunch, Break Snacks, & Materials)
$295 for both training seminars

Register Now!