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Diploma in Solar Energy Technician Course in Jhelum Sargodha

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Location: Jhelum
Price: ₨35,000

Diploma in Solar Energy Technician Course in Jhelum Sargodha, ICTE Offered Best Quality Practical Training Field Work Diploma in Solar Energy Technician Course in Pakistan Rawalpindi , Professional Diploma in Solar Energy Technician Course in Pakistan Rawalpindi , Advance Diploma in Solar Energy Technician Course in Pakistan Rawalpindi , Understanding the Solar Photo Voltaic cells parameters, Solar PV System Design and Integration. The Course is planned with instructor led live sessions of lectures and demonstrations. Who can attend? Students with 10th standard on wards can join the course.Gain knowledge and skills from engineers with real-life experience in solar energy and electrical delivery fields. You will also understand solar plant components and PV modules; DC system and AC collector design; civil and geotechnical issues; and interconnection to distribution and the bulk power grid.Solar power is an immense source of directly useable energy and ultimately creates other energy resources: biomass, wind, hydropower and wave energy.Most of the Earth's surface receives sufficient solar energy to permit low-grade heating of water and buildings, although there are large variations with latitude and season. At low latitudes, simple mirror devices can concentrate solar energy sufficiently for cooking and even for driving steam turbines.The energy of light shifts electrons in some semiconducting materials. This photovoltaic effect is capable of large-scale electricity generation. However, the present low efficiency of solar PV cells demands very large areas to supply electricity demands.These arrays, composed of many thousands of individual cells, can function as central electric power stations, converting sunlight into electrical energy for distribution to industrial, commercial, and residential users. Solar cells in much smaller configurations, commonly referred to as solar cell panels or simply solar panels, have been installed by homeowners on their rooftops to replace or augment their conventional electric supply. Solar cell panels also are used to provide electric power in many remote terrestrial locations where conventional electric power sources are either unavailable or prohibitively expensive to install. Because they have no moving parts that could need maintenance or fuels that would require replenishment, solar cells provide power for most space installations, from communications and weather satellites to space stations. (Solar power is insufficient for space probes sent to the outer planets of the solar system or into interstellar space, however, because of the diffusion of radiant energy with distance from the Sun.) Solar cells have also been used in consumer products, such as electronic toys, handheld calculators, and portable radios. Solar cells used in devices of this kind may utilize artificial light (e.g., from incandescent and fluorescent lamps) as well as sunlight.

Solar irradiance principles

Measure of merit for incident solar

What makes a location good?

Factors affecting incident energy

Diurnal/seasonal pattern of incident energy

Solar insolation mapping

Standards

Uncertainty and "bankability"

Data collection and analysis

Reports and graphs

Power system fundamentals

Conversion of DC to AC

Power flow analysis example

Real and reactive power

Power system operation, control and protection

Semiconductors and the photovoltaic effect

A brief history of the development of PV cells

Cell materials: mono- and poly-crystalline silicon, cadmium telluride,

Makeup of solar panels from solar cells

Conversion efficiency

Plant design and optimization

Solar panels and racks

DC electrical connections

Inverter block with step-up transformer

AC collection

Power plant controls and grid integration features


 
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