5 Things You Should Know About Silicon PV Panels - Self Study

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Author: Dr. James Rand

Subjects: Solar: Design and Installation

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Description

In this free course, Dr. James Rand discusses the 5 things you should know about silicon PV panels.

Enjoy this 52-minute lecture, designed for...
--Installers
--Engineers and Technicians
--Electricians
--System Owners and EPC Management
--Financiers and Insurers
...and anyone who touches silicon-based PV panels!

Learning Objectives

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Self Paced Online Course

This is a self-study, self-paced online course. You can begin instantly upon enrollment and complete the course materials on your own pace.

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After enrolling, the course materials will remain in your account and be accessible 12 months (1 year) after enrollment. Access can be extended beyond 1 year with a monthly membership. Rewatch videos and review assignments as many times as you want. Return to your course anytime with online access from anywhere in the world.

Author

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Dr. James Rand

Core Energy Works

Dr. James Rand has over 30 years of experience in the manufacturing, research, and development of solar energy products. His work spans the entire value chain, from raw materials to system level performance. His recent technical projects focused on testing and evaluation of solar modules for performance and long-term reliability. This work led to the formation of Core...[more]

Course Outline

5 Things You Should Know About Silicon PV Panels

  • 5 Things You Should Know About Silicon PV Panels (Video - 53:34 minutes)

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