Webinar: Wednesday, June 29th at 2:00PM Eastern (11:00AM Pacific)
Nowadays, it's difficult to open a newspaper, turn on the television or follow some community media outlet without hearing buzz about the latest in renewable energy products or devices. Proclamations continue to bombard us nearly everyday with mentions that a renewable energy product or device will help save the planet or help make a greener future.
Regardless of your position, almost all agree that the current global situation of energy demand growth, environmental pollution, political / socioeconomic factors related to our current supplies of energy make it a prudent step to diversify the baseline for how we produce and spend our energy dollars.
Join us for this 45-minute educational webinar presented by Richard Bozicevich and Jonathan Kotrba of TÜV Rheinland. These experts will review the latest trends and requirements for regulatory and performance requirements for Solar Technologies in North America and globally.
The TÜV Rheinland role in the renewable space has some similar elements to its historical role as a regulatory services provider, namely to help ensure the product is safe for the consumer. However, in solar technologies, the organization's participation does not end there.
Key Learning Points:
- An evaluation of residential and commercial installations of photovoltaic systems in North America to the National Electric Code Article 690: Photovoltaic Systems.
- Technical standards ANSI/ISO 12100-2 (mechanical safety) and UL 508A/NFPA 79 (electrical safety) which are required by local code authorities (AHJs) for PV installation sites
Wednesday, June 29th at 2:00PM Eastern (11:00AM Pacific)
SOURCE: Evoqua Water Technologies