Solar Training Heads South to the Home of the Razorbacks in Fayetteville, Arkansas

From March 14-18, Solar Energy International hosts a five-day, in-person solar training workshop in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Fayetteville, home to the University of Arkansas Razorbacks, is known as the Track Capital of the World.

Fayetteville, home to the University of Arkansas Razorbacks, is known as the Track Capital of the World. For five days in March, Fayetteville will be a capital of solar training, with SEI's highly popular PV101 workshop.


PV101: Solar Electric Design and Installation (Grid-Direct) is designed as an overview of the three basic PV system applications, primarily focusing on grid-direct systems. The goal of the workshop is to create a fundamental understanding of the core concepts necessary to work with all PV systems, including: system components, site analysis, PV module criteria, mounting solutions, safety, and commissioning.

This workshop will also cover the basics of sizing a residential grid-direct system, wire sizing, overcurrent protection, and grounding - all of which will be expanded upon in Solar Energy International's PV202: Solar Training - Grid Direct Design and the NEC in-person workshop in Fayettville Sept. 12-16.

Register online at solarenergy.org or call (970) 963-8855 to speak with a friendly SEI staffer.
From March 14-18, Solar Energy International hosts a five-day, in-person solar training workshop in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Fayetteville, home to the University of Arkansas Razorbacks, is known as the Track Capital of the World. For five days in March, Fayetteville will be a capital of solar training, with SEI's highly popular PV101 workshop.

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