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Hands On Solar Workshop by Ian Woofenden, Sr Editor of HomePower Magazine March 11-19, 2017  RSS feed

 
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Join Ian Woofenden, Senior Editor of Home Power magazine, for a Hands-On solar energy workshop in Villas Mastatal, Costa Rica.
March 11-19, 2017

This workshop provides an introduction to stand-alone solar-electric (PV) system design and installation, with a focus on small, rural systems. It combines classroom sessions with real-world projects in the community. You will design and install lighting and cell-phone-charging systems to dramatically improve the living conditions of the local people.

"A great mix of hands-on learning, adventure, a bit of unknown, excitement, and relaxation too." Dale Webb, 2015 attendee  

Learn more: http://www.renewablereality.net/pvdw2017.htmlSolar Energy for the Developing World
 
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