CanSIA 2011 FIT Training Event - By HES PV

HES-PV has helped over a MW of FIT projects get connected. Our team of experts has over 25 years of experience in all aspects of rooftop system design, installation and commissioning.

The OPA has now released hundreds of MW of rooftop FIT contracts. If you are preparing to launch the critical step of installation, this HES FIT Training seminar is for you.


We will start discussing the NTP step and how to prepare Domestic Content Plans. Next our structural experts will review building structural issues, how solar mounting options are assessed. Our electrical team will go into depth on the connection issues, talking about protection mechanisms, single line drawings requirements and ESA plan approvals. We'll hear from experienced installers about the planning and execution of the installation steps, including safety plans, staging and discuss common system installation issues.

HES will introduce a selection of PV mounting choices, discuss inverter choices for small and medium FIT systems, have manufacturer's representatives with products to talk to during the breaks.

We'll wrap up with discussions on final connections, COVER's and IE reviews.

If your goal is to complete your project on time, on budget and as smoothly as possible, come join other industry solar professions, leading manufacturers and industry consultants.

When:
Wednesday December 7th from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm

Where:
Metro-Toronto Convention Centre
Toronto Ontario - Ontario Room

Cost:
$250 (includes break snacks, lunches & materials)

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