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Upcoming Sustainable Energy Workshop Series

by Nancy Reinhart — last modified Mar 18, 2010 07:21 PM

Appalachia-Science in the Public Interest, a KySEA member, will be offering a series of workshops about solar energy. The trainings will take place on between March 29th and October 31st, 2010. Individuals can sign up for one or many of the workshops, learning everything from the basics about solar energy systems to how to create a successful solar energy or conservation business. Topics, dates, fees and locations are listed below.

 

Introduction to Solar Photovoltaics   March 29-30  Frankfort  $225
Solar Site Assessments and PV System Design   March 31   Frankfort  $115
Solar PV and the National Electric Code  April 1  Frankfort  $115
Residential Energy Assessments  May 13-14   Mt. Vernon  $225
Introduction to Solar Water Heating Systems  June 2-3   Mt. Vernon  $225
Creating a Successful Solar or Energy Conservation Business  June 4   Mt. Vernon  $115
Residential Energy Assessments  July 22-23  Frankfort  $225
Advanced Photovoltaics   Aug 18-20   Frankfort  $400
Introduction to Solar Water Heating Systems  Sept 14-15   Frankfort  $225
Advanced Solar Water Heating  Sept 16-17  Frankfort  $225
Introduction to Solar Photovoltaics  Oct 26-27  Frankfort  $225
Solar Site Assessments and PV System Design  Oct 28  Frankfort  $115
Solar PV and the National Electric Code  Oct 29  Frankfort  $115
 

 

You can also click here to download a one-page flyer with all the relevant information.

 

Visit www.kysolar.org or call (888) 576-6527 for more information or to register.

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