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March 1st – 5th Solar Intensive Class – Time to Sign Up

We’re beginning to register people for our Solar Intensive Class, taught by our own co-founder Hal Aronson, Solar Designer and Installer Mike Strykowski, and assisted by our co-founder Laura Stachel. This is a hands-on solar intensive for five days in March, and is geared towards people working in off-grid regions or regions without reliable electricity. It will introduce participants to solar design and installation for off-grid systems, and includes plenty of hands-on experience and practice. Participants will learn how to size a solar electric system, how to choose appropriate equipment for clinics, schools or homes, and how to build and install a photovoltaic system. We will show you how to construct our popular solar suitcase, and how to adapt this to the needs of your institution. Solar water pumping will also be coverd. To sign up and for more information, see:
http://www.ohlone.edu/instr/envstudies/solarintensivetraining.html

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