We're hearing more and more about solar & storage in the national marketplace these days. Solar Washington has invited Steve Higgins of Rolls Battery to present on considerations for solar & storage in the Washington marketplace in this free, one hour webinar: Battery Based Systems: Design Considerations for Washington Solar to take place on Thursday, July 23 at 12 noon.
This Surrette Battery presentation will address design considerations of Battery based systems. We will focus on topics such as Battery Based Grid Tie, Back-Up, and Off-Grid installations, Return on Investment, Sizing Calculations, Common Mistakes when designing/installing and operating these systems.
This presentation will be of particular interest to installers and designers.
Steve Higgins, Technical Services Manager at Rolls Battery Engineering, has worked in the Renewable Energy industry since 1995 with companies such as Trace Engineering, Xantrex, and Outback Power Technologies. Steve has accumulated over 25 years of hands-on experience and product knowledge related to battery-based renewable energy systems. This work has taken him around the world, assisting customers with design, commissioning, and troubleshooting small to large-scale battery-based installations. Steve makes use of his extensive experience by offering remote, classroom, and on-site professionally-certified training workshops for Dealers and Installers, covering proper design considerations, installation, maintenance, and troubleshooting of battery-based renewable energy systems. Thanks to Steve for presenting on this topic.
How to attend?
The webinar is free, but accepts a limited number of attendees. Click the link to RSVP which will take you to a GoToWebinar registration form created by Rolls Battery on behalf of Solar Washington. Note that the form indicates that registrations are not used for marketing purposes. There will be notifications for future Rolls Battery Webinars. If you don't want these notifications please click on the unsubscribe link on any notifications you do not want to receive. Click to RSVP.
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