14 and May 15,


San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato

"IRRI Mexico is dedicated to promoting sustainable use of natural resources. We provide education, develop new technologies, and install systems that help low income families meet their basic energy, water, and sanitation needs in a sustainable way. Our projects aim to empower families, communities, and businesses to produce their own clean energy, obtain their own water, and manage their own resources and wastes in ways that benefit them and the environment simultaneously."

This course will cover the basics of solar photovoltaic modules, with emphasis on urban facilities where the power 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 use solar energy.


Cost: 2400 + VAT (Includes Solar Energy International "Photovoltaics: Manual design and installation, support materials and refreshments. Does not include food or lodging)

During the course will be the installation of a system functionally interconnected to the network, as well as covering aspects core of this exciting and promising technology, which also provide substantial economic benefits, presents an option safe products and to generate electricity from its own roof. No previous experience is required.


  • Types of solar
  • Basics of electricity
  • Components: PV modules, inverters, etc.
  • Design of PV
  • Installation and commissioning
  • Financial aspects to consider

Ilan Adler MSc.
Master of Environmental Science, University of Wageningen, Netherlands.
NABCEP Certified Solar Energy International, Colorado USA.
Environmental Engineering (in progress) University College London (UCL).
President and Founding Member of IRRI-Mexico.


Tel: 52565686 ext 107 (office hours)
International Renewable Resources Institute, AC
Amatlán 37-First Floor, Colonia Condesa
Cuauhtemoc Delegation, Mexico DF CP 06 140