Practical courses on Design and Installation of Solar Systems

(Power your house with Solar Panels – Do IT Yourself)
  • Last Update : November 23, 2021
  • English
  • 50 students
4.9 (10 Review)
total 30 hours
Who can take this course

This certification course is designed for students and professionals, who are,

  • Solar enthusiasts with minimum qualification of VIII standard
  • ITI / Diploma / B.E / B.Tech students of any Engineering stream
  • Willing to develop projects powered by Solar panels
  • Entrepreneurs / Teaching professionals, etc.
  • Introduction

    India’s land area receives about 5,000 trillion kWh of energy each year, with most sections receiving 4-7 kWh per sq. m every day. Solar photovoltaic power can be effectively harnessed in India, allowing for massive scalability. Solar is the most securing of all energy sources in terms of energy security because it is abundantly available. A small proportion of total incident solar energy (if captured correctly) might theoretically meet the entire country’s electricity needs.

    The National Solar Mission (NSM) was launched on 11th January, 2010. NSM is a major initiative of the Government of India with active participation from States to promote ecological sustainable growth while addressing India’s energy security challenges. It will also constitute a major contribution by India to the global effort to meet the challenges of climate change.

    In order to achieve the above target, the Government of India have launched various schemes to encourage generation of solar power in the country like Solar Park Scheme, VGF Schemes, CPSU Scheme, Defence Scheme, Canal bank & Canal top Scheme, Bundling Scheme, Grid Connected Solar Rooftop Scheme etc.

  • Course Description

    For a candidate to excel in the Solar Domain, one must know thoroughly on the different systems, estimation, design parameters, costing etc. This course is intended for those who belong to the beginner to intermediate sector having great passion towards Solar Energy. The course will start from basics of Solar Energy and will drive you through the individual determining factors for a power plant and will gain in-depth exposure about solar plant design both for KW scale rooftop starting from basics. System design, documentation, cost estimation & net energy yield estimation is fully explained by segregating lectures into small sections.

    The course will have Assessment sessions from time to time to test your understanding & self-evaluation. The assessments will be based on a live project where they will deal with real constraints & solutions which industrialists face during the design stage. This course also offers plant visit which helps the candidate to physically view the existing erected plant for better understanding.

  • Course Content
    1Overview of Global Energy Scenario 2Fundamental concepts and Pre-requisite 3Different types of Tools and their usage
    4Types of Solar panels, Batteries, Cables and Controllers 5Design of Home solar system as per the required load 6Design of Street light
    7Design of Water pumping system 8Design of Grid connected solar system 9Practical demonstration of Home solar system, Street light and Water pumping system
    10Electrical Standards, Safety, Cost Estimation, pay-back calculation and Material purchasing
    11Project Development (Do It Yourself) and Certification Exam
    12Expert talk from Industries and Future study
  • Job Opportunities in Solar market

    Solar power in India is a fast developing industry. The country’s solar installed capacity reached 35.12 GW as of 30 June 2020. The solar sector has emerged as a new industrial domain over the recent years. With more and more people beginning to install solar panels in their homes and offices for meeting their energy requirements. India has a population of 1.3 billion people. It is estimated that by 2022, the solar energy industry would generate as many as 1.6 million jobs with over 600,000 jobs focused in the construction vertical alone.

    In solar technology, a minimum of 17 people are required per megawatt (MW) of installed capacity - from manufacturing to the operation, unlike coal where hardly five are needed. As a result, employment generation in coal is restricted, unlike solar or the RE sector, which are distributed and more people are needed to maintain and operate it.

    In the years to come, jobs will be created related to other applications of the solar technology, such as for water pumps used for drinking water and irrigation projects. Since it is a versatile technology, the opportunity for employment is also vast. Solar energy projects create green jobs and provide a boost to India's developing economy.

Duration 3 Days (Includes Theory, Practical and Field trip)
Number of Students 15 students per batch
Mode of Training Offline
Timing 10.00 a.m to 5.00 p.m

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