Upcoming Solar Washington events and other solar-related events throughout Washington.
Connect with future environmental professionals at the annual UW Environmental Career Fair, which attracts hundreds of students and recent alumni from a range of environmental fields and disciplines. Whether you are building your contact list for future hires, recruiting interns, or hiring right now, come share your organization’s professional opportunities. Annually over 400 students graduate from the UW College of the Environment with degrees in the following areas:
- Aquatic & Fishery Sciences
- Atmospheric Sciences
- Bioresource Science & Engineering
- Earth & Space Sciences
- Environmental & Forest Sciences
- Environmental Science & Terrestrial Resource Management
- Environmental Studies
- Marine & Environmental Affairs
The 2017 #NationWISE (Women In Solar Energy) 3rd Annual Multi City Roundtable event is Thursday, February 23 at the DLR Group in Seattle. SW Board Member Joan Schrammeck will be among the featured speakers! Also speaking will be Jessica Kendrick of REC Solar who will share her experience managing the recent IKEA installation in Renton, WA. Organized by women, but all with an interest in solar and clean energy are welcome to attend! Click for more information and to register.
The Oregon Solar Energy Conference is the fastest growing regional solar conferences in the U.S. OSEIA hosted over 400 attendees in 2016 at the Portland Crowne Plaza. For 2017 OSEIA will offer an additional day of training including business development sessions, hands on installation training and electrical code change courses. Also, OSEIA will be developing solar + storage trainings & policy sessions. Click for more information.
May 9-11, 2017
Portland Crowne Plaza, Portland Oregon
1441 NE 2nd Avenue
Portland, OR 97232
Solar Energy International presents:
PV351L: SOLAR TRAINING - PV SYSTEMS - TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES FOR OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE LAB WEEK (GRID-DIRECT)
PV351L is an intensive, advanced training designed for solar professionals already working in the PV industry who want to take their technical skills to the next level and gain hands-on experience with a wide range of advanced analytical tools and meters. A mix of classroom and lab time, theory is immediately applied in the field, with a focus on commissioning, operations and maintenance, troubleshooting, and performance evaluation, using a wide variety of the latest and greatest tools the industry has to offer, including various multimeters, insulation resistance testers, IV curve tracers, and infrared cameras. Learn the advanced skills required to ensure PV systems operate safely and reliably! Click for details and to register. June 20, 2017 at Shoreline Community College.