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Solar gain for installers on PV course

NICEIC has announced details of a new Solar Photovoltaic (PV) course it has developed to support its Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) for Installers.
Solar gain for installers on PV course
The new course will cover the majority of small scale systems currently being installed in the UK and provide an overview of the design, installation, commission and service of Solar PV systems.

Solar PV forms a key technology set within the Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS), which offers government grants for the installation of microgeneration based products and systems.

The introduction of Feed in Tariffs (FITs), the government backed support measure which has been designed to increase the uptake of microgeneration and help deliver the UK’s 2020 renewable energy targets. FITs provide those generating renewable energy with 20 year – or 25 years for Solar PV – guaranteed per unit support payments (p/kWh) for electricity generation.

NICEIC, the electrical contracting industry’s independent voluntary regulatory body involved in electrical installation safety matters throughout the UK.

“NICEIC is at the forefront in promoting microgeneration and we encourage all electrical contractors to get involved with this growing sector,” said Wayne Terry, NICEIC’s head of energy and environment.
6 May 2010

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