Australian Solar Council Vice President Glen Morris will deliver the training, moderate the discussion and answer your questions on many aspects of NZS 5033 (PV Arrays) and practical applications of this standard.
Glen will demonstrate some practical site assessment activities and ways to maximize the performance of a solar PV system under a range of conditions.
If you missed the Australian Solar Council’s great two day professional development stream at the recent Solar2013 Conference in Melbourne last May – then don’t fret. The Solar Council has bundled together the best of the best and Glen Morris is going to be touring them around nine towns and cities in Australia.
Centre for Engineering, Technology and Trades
Electrical and Renewable Energy
Swinburne University of Technology – TAFE Division
Wantirna Campus | 369 Stud Road, Wantirna 3152
Phone: (03) 9210 1987
Due to the poor export tariffs being offered by many electricity retailers around Australia, many folk are turning to having some on-grid battery storage options so that they can store their valuable solar energy during the day to use at night – when they need it.
These kinds of systems are much more complex and have a lot more safety standards to comply with than a pure grid-connected solar PV system. Below is an example of a non-compliant system that breaches many of the requirements of the relevant standards: AS/NZS 3000; AS 4086; AS 2676; AS/NZS 4509.