San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
This course will provide first responders, such as fire fighters and rescue personnel, with a training on safety precautions and fire code considerations with respect to the recognition and disabling of PV systems. This training will include solar technology identification on the premises, disconnecting methods, and code requirements for roof coverage by modules. Additionally, this training will address access to safe walking space, access to ventilation, location and identification of disconnect switches, DC and AC system conduits and conductors, and battery backup systems
Continuing Education Units are available:
- 3 in-service hours from the NY Dept. of State Division of Building Standards & Codes under Topic 2 (Uniform Fire Prevention and Building Code)
If applicable, please bring your NY Training ID # with you to the event in order to sign in correctly for CEUs.
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NY-Sun PV Trainers Network
Solar is an engine for economic growth, and recent growth in the New York solar market has contributed to the State’s overall economy and provided more residents and businesses with clean, abundant energy. Through education, training, and technical assistance, the Network helps local governments and jurisdictions identify opportunities, mitigate barriers, and create programs that drive the development of solar electric (photovoltaic or PV) markets in communities across New York State.
The Network is composed of experts in the field that develop and deliver training at various locations across New York State. This access to experts can help jurisdictions to meet their community economic development, job creation, and sustainability goals.