Introduction to the PV Industry 102
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Introduction to the PV Industry 102

A guide to empower students to pursue careers in the solar energy technology industry.
2.0 (3 ratings)
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227 students enrolled
Created by Manuel Quijada
Last updated 7/2016
English
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What Will I Learn?
  • Students, graduates, and professionals will be able to apply the engineering and technical skills required to implement solar energy. Programs of study include integrating problem solving and critical thinking skills necessary for solar industry success.
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Requirements
  • Beginners to Energy Experts
Description

The solar energy technology course will prepare you for a career in the fastest growing energy industry as solar energy will be the largest source of new electric capacity. 

Space required for large solar farms is abundant, combined with the increasing volatility and expense of fossil fuel and the need to reduce air pollution, solar energy growth will increase greatly in the coming years. Solar energy is a rapidly growing source of renewable energy technology.

Students will be able to apply the engineering and technical skills required to implement solar energy. Programs of study include integrating problem solving and critical thinking skills necessary for solar industry success. 

Who is the target audience?
  • Students, Graduates, and Energy Professionals
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Introduction to the PV Industry 102
30 Lectures 34:04

Photovoltaic History
01:19



Photovoltaic History
02:36

Industry Segments
01:34

Manufacturing
01:37

Distributor
01:44

Integrator and Installer
00:52

The Photovoltaic Industry
02:02

The Photovoltaic Industry
02:00

The Photovoltaic Industry
01:53

The Photovoltaic Industry
00:14

PV Manufacturing
00:25

Manufacturing
00:57

Manufacturing
00:55

Manufacturing
01:18

Manufacturing 08
00:30


U.S. Manufacturing
00:46



Technology & Research
00:10

Technology & Research
01:14


Worldwide and U.S. PV Power Production
00:09

U.S. PV Power Production
00:19


World PV Power Production
01:21

About the Instructor
Manuel Quijada
2.9 Average rating
7 Reviews
303 Students
2 Courses
Engineer

Instructor is an exceptional professional in systems structure and consulting development as a means of sustainable growth with environmental initiatives as well as sustainability science research and development. Meticulous energy principal and energy systems designer with ten years of proven success in spearheading research and design projects for global leaders in clean energy.

Candidate: Doctor of Management in Organizational Leadership, Master of Science, Solar Energy Engineering & Commercialization, Bachelor of Science, Electronic/Electrical Engineering, Alternative Energy Technology, Associate of Applied Science, Computer Aided Design/Drafting: AutoCAD.

Leads and trains teams of technicians, develops thorough and accurate design procedures, calculates and verifies forecasting outlook, and oversees project development and has ran his own consulting systems and development design business for over 13 years.