Energy That Works Series
The NC Clean Energy Technology Center’s Energy That Works Series is a project supported by the North Carolina State University Sustainability Fund. The project’s goal is to facilitate meaningful dialogue across disciplines about the importance of clean energy and its role in creating a sustainable future, and increase coordination among energy efforts at NC State University.
The project includes a Field Trip Series, Renewable Energy Training Program, a student internship opportunity at NCCETC, and a creation of planning group meetings comprised of students, faculty and staff to support planning and outreach. Check out activities that are coming soon below!
The NCCETC is offering a discounted course to 20 students covering the process of designing and installing photovoltaic systems. The program will take place at NC State University in Raleigh, NC. The first four days will be classroom-oriented, and the final day you will learn how to install a PV system during a hands-on workshop.
Successfully completing this 40-hour REPV course qualifies you to sit for the optional NABCEP PV Associate Exam. There will be an additional fee of $150 for the exam. You will receive more information about NABCEP and the exam in class. If you have questions beforehand, contact Megan Berry at email@example.com or 919-513-4790.
When: 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. March 9 – 13, 2020
Course fee: $100 for NCSU students, $250 for students from other universities
Price Includes: a 40-hour REPV course, daily lunch, online course packet
You are expected to attend 100% of the class, but it is required that you attend at least 90% of the class to earn a certificate of completion and be eligible to take the NABCEP PV Associate Exam. Note that registration will not be considered complete until your payment has been made. A hyperlink to the payment page will be provided once the form has been submitted.
Please register to attend by Wednesday, March 4, 2020.
Contact Allison Carr at firstname.lastname@example.org or 919-515-9781 for more information on the Energy That Works series. Stay tuned for more upcoming activities!