Course Solar PV Design Installation Performance

Session Date: 29th Feb, 2020 | Course Code: MEP00132 Register Now!

Solar PV Design Installation Performance

Do you want to upgrade your existing skills or learn new skills from start which can help you in your professional development and lift your profile in Solar Market? Solar Industry is facing huge skill gap and requires skilled people who can enhance customer satisfaction through quality design and quality installations.

This Course is prepared for helping the entry level Fresher & Experience Engineers in the field of Solar system. This Course is also useful for person’s who’s dealing in any engineering related profession. This course fills the gap between the theoretical study & real practical design of Solar PV design Installation and performance.

Study report “Value Chain analysis of Solar PV in Pakistan” by German Solar Energy Association and GIZ Pakistan, Pakistan has a huge Photovoltaics (PV) potential and all the necessary conditions for its implementation that support its development. However, there is a lack of specific knowledge and expertise relating to PV among individuals

Duration and Fee:

This course (Online + Physical) is designed to have 16 credit hours and would be delivered within two days on weekends (Saturday & Sunday). Classes will be held in such a way that the academic/office schedule of the students and professionals remains undisturbed. However, on demand special classes may be planned as per convenience of the students and professionals.

Fee for this course is 12,500 for professionals, 10,000 for students and 10-15% discount in group of 2 or 3.

Target Audience/Eligibility:

For those involved with the purchase, design, fabrication, or inspection of solar systems including but not limited to managers, engineers, BS, MS, PhD students, supervisors, technicians, government and private employs, energy managers and auditors, consultants and architects.

Eligibility of Solar PV Design Installation Performance Course

  • Diploma/B. Tech/BE in Mechanical/Electrical/Industrial / Civil / Mechatronic Engineering
  • Graduation in Architectural/Textile/Instrumentation and in any other field
  • Mechatronics Engineer 

Course Outline:

Course outline of Solar PV Design Installation and Performance

  • Introduction to solar energy and radiations
  • Introduction to PV system and solar cells
  • Solar PV Module Specifications and standard test conditions
  • Sun path, tilt angle and shading analysis  
  • Working way of solar system and its components
  • Stand alone, Grid tied and Hybrid systems
  • Customer need and load assessment
  • Battery backup design, construction, working, types, specification and wiring
  • Working of Invertor, panels, junction box, diodes and charge controller
  • Panels Mounting mechanism and design factor for solar structure  
  • Losses in wires, Earthing fault and hot spot effect
  • Battery invertor panel and wiring problems and solutions
  • AC DC Parallel and Series wiring of panels, invertor, batteries and grid
  • Wiring of charge controller
  • Determine of power consumption demand
  • Invertor, Battery, PV Module, Charge controller and Structure sizing
  • Design of solar system using online program software
  • Selection of Fuses and Protection of String
  • Protection of arrays, invertor, transformer and grounding of PV system
  • Analysis of losses and output power
  • Types of Busbars in PV System and Selection of Busbars
  • Solar system feasibility report and payback period
  • Bonus lecture

Deliverables at the end of Course:

  • Solar PV Design Installation Performance Course syllabus as per standard & Codes
  • Audio and Video tutorials (For only self-paced Trainings)
  • All Courses are based upon Real Projects
  • Job oriented training program
  • Career Consulting & Guideline for interview
  • Complete ASHRAE 90.1 Code 2007 and 2010 for Energy
  • Certification of Completion

Career Opportunities:

The field of HVAC consultancy design includes the widest range of opportunities of any field of design. They include:

  • Power plants
  • Petrochemical complex
  • Pulp and paper plants
  • Fertilizer plants
  • Office buildings
  • Energy Plants
  • Pharmaceutical plants
  • Food and beverage plants
  • Synthetic fuel plants
  • Offshore platforms
  • All type of commercial, industrial and residential construction