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Engineer, Skanska
3

It was good but the info was outdated...it was record in 2014

Communications Project Engineer, HNTB Corporation
2

Impresssive growth rate of solar industry, but course was so basic that I learned nothing, sadly. Link to the 2014 report doesn't work. Intro seems is an advertisement to take other courses.

Mechanical Engineer, Dar Al-Handasah
3

very good course describes the importance and basics of solar energy

Engineer/Scientist - Commissioning Specialist, Hanson Professional Services Inc.
5

Excellent course and material. Very informative and enlightening.

4

complete intro well done. presentation i prefer in visible chapters to revert between them.

Mechanical Engineer, U.S. Army
4

Very interesting discussion

Project Manager, HDR, Inc.
4

Great introduction

5

Enjoyed the course. Gives a good general overview of the industry.

CH2M
3

Good introduction to Solar

ELECTRICAL GROUP LEED; ASSOCIATE, The HIDI Group
4

Good

Senior Project Executive, Gilbane Building Company
5

I am somewhat new to the Solar energy market and this course gave me a credit basic understanding.

Applications Engineer, Munters Corporation
5

Very clear and well explained. Works perfect at an introductory level

Material Handler, CH2M
5

Well done! As I begin my journey into sustainable building knowledge, this was a very good first step. A lot of knowledge, easily laid out and surprisingly I actually remembered everything!

5

Good Course ! Great amount of information in a very simple way ! Good work ! Wish to see more courses from this team ! Keep it up !

Senior Project Manager, CLEAResult
Pro Reviewer
4

The presentation is a good overview of solar energy as well as photovoltaics. it provides both the context from the origin to current methods of harnessing solar energy. The comparison to other energy sources for both present market role and predicted market penetration showed potential but it was unclear whether that was based on incentive's or not.

Energy and Sustainabilty Account Manager, Johnson Controls
4

I like the format and how it simply explains the basic concepts and theories of solar power. The energy reports are also very useful to understand the future of renewable energy types. Great work guys!

Senior Electrical Engineer, Dar Al-Handasah
3

The course stands as a good introduction to the Solar Business in general as well as a worthy outlook towards the Solar Market progress, federal incentives, paybacks and benefits.
The course addressed only the US Market and should have negotiated some global profiles as well.
The presentation primarily explained the domestic/small commercial grid connected-type arrangements with a small touch up on the battery storage system. No details are furnished for the different PV panel types in terms of efficiency, applications, installations and factors.

Principal, NRG-AR
Pro Reviewer
3

This course is intended for beginners who are intrerested in the very basics of photovoltaics. It is concise in presenting solar concepts and the main elements of a small system. Pros: it is easy to understand and is coupled by some examples of the benefits of solar PV use in the US. Cons: do not expect too much if you are interested in installing a panel on your roof.

4

Excellent graphic presentation for beginners

Kiewit Corporation

Informative for beginners. I found this course useful for the outlook that provides for near future.

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