IRRI Mexico is dedicated to promoting sustainable use of natural resources. They provide education, develop new technologies, & install systems that help low income families meet basic needs. Two new courses for 2010 are now open for registration.
Special Offer: Training Kaco New Energy Investors March 14, 2010
This course will cover the basics of solar photovoltaic modules with emphasis on urban facilities where the electricity grid is available. Ideal for builders, architects, businessmen, students, professionals in general or homeowners who want to learn about the options currently available in Mexico to tap solar energy.
During the course will be the installation of a functional system interconnected to the network, besides covering the basics of this exciting and promising technology, which also provide significant economic benefits, features a green and safe option for generating electricity from its own roof. No prior experience required.
- Types of solar systems
- Electricity Basics
- Components: PV modules, inverters, etc..
- Photovoltaic System Design
- Installation and set up
- Economic aspects to consider
Practical Workshop: Installation of complete photovoltaic system interconnected to the network
International consultant and recognized expert in photovoltaics with 10 years experience in the PV industry www.alta-energia.com
info at alta-energia.com
14 March 2010: 9:00 PM - 5:30 p.m - Technical Training and Sales: New Energy Investors Kaco - 1,250 pesos + IVA
Special Offer: Involved in both courses: 3,500 pesos + IVA
You can choose to participate in one or the other separately; not have to choose both
10% discount for students and teachers with credential.
Includes Solar Energy International "Photovoltaics: Design and Installation Manual", support material and refreshments.
Does not include meals or lodging.
For more information or to RSVP:
Amatlán 37-First Floor, Colonia Condesa
CP 06140 Mexico DF
Tel: 55.5256.5686 ext. 107
Email: info at irrimexico.org
KACO is proud to offer a completely new training program for 2009.
Our experience not only attracts experienced installers we also offer training for people who are not familiar with the solar industry.
In addition to basic knowledge of photovoltaic solar energy, our courses include a variety of advanced topics from designing residential and commercial systems, to important information about the industry in general.
- Knowledge Photovoltaic Basics - Advanced
- NABCEP Certification
- Design, Installation and Sales
(Offices and High Energy Laboratory)
09:00 - Registration of participants. Presentation of the Course
10:00 - History and overview of the company Kaco New Energy
10:50 - Break
11:00 - types and operation of inverters for PV projects
12:00 - Specifications for investors interconnected with the grid
12:50 - Lunch
14:00 - Designing and specifying investors and modules for PV systems
15:50 - Break
16:00 - Monitoring of PV systems across the internet
17:00 - Questions and answers
17:30 - Closing and delivery of certificates Kaco New Energy
The organic waste in biogas digesters transform high quality additives for the soil and produce biogas, which can be used for cooking, heating, and generate electricity. Often small systems can cover all energy needs of a family and provide health benefits by improving air quality inside the home. Replacing wood-based fuels and oil as a source primary energy will help alleviate stress environmental lending in the region. The course provide the scientific process behind the system, plus the ability to evaluate websites, create lists of material, installation and assembly of a sample and visit other biodigesters working.
- Basic Science biodigestor
- Site Assessment
- Systems Kitchen and other use of biogas
info at irrimexico.org
T: (55) 5256.5686 ext. 107