This one-day workshop, presented by UL and NFPA®, will provide you with knowledge on the 2011 National Electrical Code NEC® for designing and installing photovoltaic systems. Conductor selection, ampacity calculations, overcurrent devices and disconnects will be addressed along with utility-interactive systems. Effectively design, install or inspect photovoltaic systems for code compliance with the knowledge gained in this one day seminar. A basic knowledge of the NEC is required for this seminar.
Free Workshop Materials
-NFPA 70®: National Electrical Code (NEC), 2011 Edition
-Seminar Workbook filled with activities and useful information
-NFPA Nylon Briefcase
All NFPA® seminars are taught by technical experts who have participated in the development of NFPA codes and standards or are nationally recognized consultants. These electrical code specialists have extensive field experience, and use training methods and materials from NFPA — the NEC® source. Instructors use timely, real-world examples to clearly illustrate code concepts and reinforce the electrical skills and know-how needed to succeed in today’s competitive field.
-Don Hursey, Industry Consultant
-Mark Ode, Staff Engineering Associate, Underwriters Laboratories, Inc.
-James G. Stallcup, President, Grayboy, Inc.
-Understand NEC general photovoltaic requirements
-Recognize and promote the use of safe, durable and cost effective PV power systems
-Avoid common mistakes in the design and installation of a PV systems
-Effectively design, install and inspect PV systems
To register online please visit the NFPA website or click here.
-Electrical inspectors, installers, engineers and system designers
-PV lab technicians
-PV installation and maintenance professionals
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