A Residential Customer Guide to Going Solar
This online engineering PDH course presents guidelines to help homeowners understand the available options when considering investing in solar technology.
Advances in clean energy technologies have made renewable energy more accessible to the public than ever before. The cost of installing solar photovoltaic (PV) panels on a home has fallen to the point that millions of Americans now have the opportunity to reduce their electric bills and more affordably generate their own energy. There are also federal, state, and utility financial incentives available to American homeowners to make solar a more cost-effective energy option.
This course introduces principles of residential solar including PV design and efficiency, and outlines three primary ways a home can use power generated by a PV system. It also discusses the upfront cost and possible savings associated with residential solar, as well as some federal and state incentives that may be available for homeowners.
This 1 PDH online course is intended for civil, electrical, and mechanical engineers to better understands the available options when installing solar technology for homes.
This PE continuing education course is intended to provide you with the following specific knowledge and skills:
- Familiarizing with solar PV efficiency
- Learning about residential solar energy production
- Understanding the basics of cost savings and upfront costs of residential PV
- Learning about federal and state incentives
- Familiarizing with various power generation options
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