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This course explains the major components of a solar PV system. Though every PV system is tailor made, this provides some insights on the major components, such as solar modules, array junction boxes, inverters/PCU and mounting structures.
This course explains the different technologies in the PV industry and how they differ. There are a variety of PV technologies available to convert solar energy to other forms of energy. They are divided into two major types - crystalline and thin film.
How cables must be selected and installed is explained. We also discuss different battery systems. Battery design requirements for solar systems, and their installation, is explained. Installation of mechanical components and its challenges are addressed. The challenges in roof-top and MW installations are discussed. We also explain commissioning of solar PV systems. Methods to be adopted for proper handing over of a plant are addressed, as well as plant operation and maintenance.
1. 10+2 (Passed or Appearing) ALL STREAMS. 2. Any IT professional. 3. Any Degree/Diploma holder with basic knowledge in computers.
3. Any final year UG/PG student with basic knowledge in computers.
Fees: Rs.3,499 /- ** Discount
Duration: 90 Days
NIESBUD would offer 40% discount on all e-learning programmes for special categories
*** SC/ST/OBC/Differently Abled/SCA/NER/NIESBUD Certified Students.
Kindly send scanned copy of the special category certificate as evidence, in that
case only you may avail the benefit of fee discount.
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NIESBUD is an Apex Institute in the area of Entrepreneurship and Small Business
Development under the Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises , Government
of India. The basic objects for which the Institute has been established are: Promotion
and Development of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises including Enhancement of
their Competitiveness through Various Activities. The Institute has conducted a
total of 9,822 different Training Programmes covering 2,54,289 participants which
includes 163 International training programmes with 2,586 participants from more
than 125 countries till 31st March 2014.