Professionals, academics and students from across the nation and world will discuss opportunities and developments in the solar industry, including solar science and engineering, energy economics, public policy, education and energy efficient architecture.
Industry-Recognized Credential Promotes Standards for Renewable Energy Workforce
The Certified Installer Program is building a network of highly qualified solar installers to design and install safe and code-compliant residential energy storage systems.
Solar SpeedRack Inc. announced today that its training course has been approved by The North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP). NABCEP was founded in 2002 as a non-profit 501 (c)(6) corporation with a mission "to support, and work with, the renewable energy and energy efficiency industries, professionals, and stakeholders to develop and implement quality credentialing and certification programs for practitioners."
Sequoya will speak on the topic of, "Off-Grid Systems, Global Electrification and New Storage Opportunities" at 9:55am-10:20am. Please come if you are interested! Wednesday, July 15, 2015 at the InterContinental Hotel Level 5, Suttter
Partnership provides rooftop solar and skills training to underserved communities
"Sure House" design to reduce energy use and protect against natural disasters
CALSEIA Contractor Day Returns for Second Year Along With Sessions From NABCEP, SEI and NAATBatt to Educate Solar Sales and Installation Teams on Policy Regulations, New Products, Technical Issues and Industry Best Practices
How British farmers can gain financial benefits from waste energy.
Major Philanthropic Investment Supports Solar Training for High School Students, Youth
The Application Deadline for NABCEP's Fall 2015 Certification Exams is August 7, 2015
The Energy Fair is taking place in Custer, Wisconsin on June 19-21.
Event gathers education and industry leaders to discuss energy innovation and the economic implications for Colorado
Bay Area Installers ready to install new JuiceBox residential solar energy storage systems in California homes
IREC Launches New Website for National Program to Grow Clean Energy Expertise of Electric Utility Workforce
There is a critical need to upgrade the curriculum of power systems engineering programs to address current and anticipated changes, specifically regarding clean energy technologies.
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The FCL model split-core current transformers have multiple benefits, including a flexible twisting motion for ease of application. Installing a split-core CT means there is no need to disconnect your primary conductor(s) which reduces downtime. Many customizations are available including extended secondary lead wire lengths, various outputs including 5A, 1A, 1VAC, and 0.333VAC, and custom rubber inserts to help center the CT and maintain accuracy. The FCL models can be used in applications up to 720VAC and have an operating frequency from 50Hz to 400Hz.