MNRE has recently issued information on Skill development programme on design of Solar pv systems (online mode).
National Institute of Solar Energy (NISE) is responsible for conducting this program. It is an autonomous institute under the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, Government of India established to facilitate the Research & Development, Testing, Certification, and Skill Development activities in the field of solar energy technologies.
This is a three days training program which will commence from December 15th to 17th.
The program will offer knowledge about the overview of Renewable Energy Development in India, basics of a Solar PV System, and its Components including
BoM, design aspects in a Solar PV System.
Training will be provided regarding the design of an On-Grid PV System – Hands on Exercise , design of an off-Grid PV System – hands-on exercise, major checks in the design of Hybrid PV Systems and Design optimizations, an overview of simulation software for PV system Design with a hands-on case study.
The discussion will be done on Case Studies too. Faculty shall be experts from Solar Industry / Professionals. Moreover, the vision of this program is to enable participants in order to design and simulate the SPV systems.
The program will help in imparting knowledge and providing proper training to participants and enable them to become a solar professional.
The target audience of the program is graduate engineers with basic knowledge of Electrical Concepts; Solar Entrepreneurs; Public Sector Undertaking Officials; EPC contractors; MNRE channel partners; Senior Energy Department Officials of Govt. of India and Officers from State Nodal Agencies etc.
Further, the training fee for the program per participant is Rs 3000 plus GST @ 18 % (Rs 3,540/-) in favor of the “National Institute of Solar Energy –Capacity Building “ Gurugram. The fee includes access to all the lectures and the certificate. Participants may kindly make the payment of Rs 3,000 plus GST @ 18 % (Rs 3,540/-) through RTGS/NEFT/Cheque/Demand Draft (DD) only.
Number of seats available are 50.
SOURCE: National Institute of Solar Energy (NISE)