October 3rd - ImagineSolar Hosting Webinar on Solar PV Economics

Solar and smart grid training provider ImagineSolar will be hosting an online Webinar tomorrow, October 3rd at 6:00 PM covering Solar PV Economics

Join ImagineSolar for the October installment of their online-live Webinar Series – PV Economics at 6:00 PM on Wednesday, October 3rd. They will provide an introduction to PV Economics, and will address both on the microeconomic scale of individual PV projects and the macroeconomic scale of PV Industry-wide considerations


Payback Time
Return on Investment
Levelized Cost of Energy
Grid Parity
Cost curves and trends

Presenters:

Doug Soester, ImagineSolar Senior Instructor, NABCEP Certified PV Installer. Doug has been part of the PV Solar industry for many years and leads instruction for several ImagineSolar courses. In addition, he has created much of the curriculum for our online courses, PV420e Online Utility-Scale PV Systems and SG101e: Introduction to Smart Grid. To this webinar, Doug will not only bring his experience instructing and consulting in the PV sector, but his passion to accelerate the transformation of the energy industry.

Duration:
One Hour

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