Course NumberEE-02-456TM
PDH Hours2
Price$60
Right-sizing Residential Solar Power

Right-sizing Residential Solar Power – Timed & Monitored Recorded Webinar

Author: John Cromer

This timed and monitored recorded webinar will teach you how to determine the right relationship between a DC solar array size and the inverter output capacity, and then advance your knowledge of array layouts, module circuit locations, racking layouts, and other sizing issues. It also takes an in-depth look at how local grid policy impacts solar design. While battery storage is covered in more detail in other classes, this class helps the attendee determine if battery storage is a necessity as well as how to plan for storage as lithium ion technology comes to market.

Solar power projects are expensive and electricity value changes throughout the country. How do you determine what solar project size is right for your home? Learn to right-size a solar array based on various local inputs, including utility buyback rates, project size, and battery storage. The relationship between DC array size and AC inverter output size can lead to confusion.

This class goes beyond continuing education to focus on skill training for technical professionals looking to add solar design scope to their skillset.

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PDH-Pro’s “Timed and Monitored” courses meet the Ohio board requirements (Ohio R.C. section 4733.151). As required, we track hours and provide a certificate of completion that indicates the course is “timed and monitored” to facilitate your renewal. We guarantee course acceptance.

Learning Objectives

This course is intended to provide you with the following specific knowledge and skills:

  • Discuss the relationship between DC array size and AC inverter capacity to better understand system efficiency.
  • Understand how the supply chain can impact system design optimization.
  • Explore online resources to determine utility requirements and design constraints.
  • Perform circuit designs for one pallet of solar panels on different kinds of popular inverter systems to improve technical proficiency.
  • Understand how changes material selection can impact system design for project planning.
  • Determine a battery s