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NISE organises for 5-Day Skill Development Program On Solar PV system Design.

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NISE  organises 14th, FIive - Day  Skill Development  Program on Solar  PV System  Design Using “PVSYST & PVSOL” Software With Cost Economic and Policies.

Learning Objectives

1- The main objective of this programme isto understand an off- grid system, on- grid system and hybrid system.

2- Solar Power Plant design with the help of simulation software.

3- Simulation cover (Project Phase, orientation of modules, solar components, user’s needs, near and far shading analysis, different loss analysis, simulation result and discussion)

4- Different steps to execute the solar power plant

5- Different development phase in the solar plant installation.


Vision & Mission

1. The vision of this programme enables participants to “Design and Simulate SPV System”.

2. The mission of this programme are to impart the knowledge and proper training and enable participants to become a solar professional.

Target Audience Graduate Engineers with basic knowledge of Electronics, Mechanical, Electrical & Civil Engineering, Renewable Energy, Solar Energy; Solar Entrepreneurs; Scientists, Researchers, Engineering college faculty, MNRE channel partners; C.A., Senior Energy Department Officials of Govt. of India and Officers from State Nodal Agencies etc.

Training Fee per participant*

Rs 25,000 plus GST @ 18 % ( Rs 29,500/-)

Please refer to the attached PDF for more details.



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Training & Education | News published on 06 / 09 / 2017 by Rashmi Nargundkar

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