Solar Energy International Presents a Webinar Series

As part of the Academia de Profesionales Solares de las Americas (APSA) program, SEI will be providing three webinars to APSA students as well as decision makers, media, businesses, and those generally interested in the subjects of solar electricity and renewable energy in Central America and Mexico. All three webinars will be presented in Spanish and will be recorded for future viewing.

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Paonia, CO (PRWEB) July 12, 2013

The Academia de Profesionales Solares de las Americas (APSA) is a Project of Solar Energy International (SEI), funded by the Energy & Climate Partnership of the Americas. APSA will train 50 people, representing countries and communities throughout Central America and Mexico to design, install, and maintain solar PV energy systems and to successfully launch and administer businesses in this critically important industry. Participants accepted in to the program will be enrolled in SEI’s Spanish PV online courses, which will cover Grid-tied and Battery-based PV education. After completion of the online courses, there will be a 6-day hands-on PV workshop at the Earth University- La Flor in Liberia, Costa Rica where participants will put the theory of the online courses in to practice.

The webinar series includes:

Session #1: Energy & Climate Partnership of the Americas (ECPA) and the Academia de Profesionales Solares de las Americas: Bringing clean and environmentally-sustainable energy policies and projects to the Americas.
When: July 26, 1pm EST

Session #2: Solar Energy Business Models that successfully bring solar energy to people throughout Central America and Mexico.
When: August 21, 1pm EST

Session #3: Clean Energy Applications for the Americas (non-solar): Wind power, micro-hydro power, biogas and fuel efficient cookstoves.
When: October 16, 1pm EST

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For those interested in this webinar series, you can register today for Session #1 by following the registration link below. For questions about the webinar series or the APSA program, please direct them to the APSA director Matthew Harris, apsa(at)solarenergy(dot)org.

Webinar Session #1
Title: Energy & Climate Partnership of the Americas (ECPA) and the Academia de Profesionales Solares de las Americas: Bringing clean and environmentally-sustainable energy policies and projects to the Americas.

Description:
In part 1 of this webinar, learn about the process toward the creation of the Energy & Climate Partnership of the Americas (ECPA), the role of the Organization of American States as ECPA clearinghouse, ECPA initiatives, and the importance of a dialogue on energy and climate. Part 2 will contain information regarding the Academia de Profesionales Solares de las Americas (APSA), the formation of the program, the role of Solar Energy International in administering APSA, and the APSA solar PV training components.

Join Juan-Cruz Monticelli, Senior Energy Specialist for the Organization of American States, and Brad Burkhartzmeyer, Technical PV Training Manager for the Academia de Profesionales Solares de las Americas in this exclusive webinar presentation.

Details:
When: July 26th, 1:00 pm ET
Duration: 60 minutes, including Q&A
Participants: Limit 100 people
Register: Click here to register

Who Should Attend?

  •     National and local government officials and regulators
  •     Government utilities and Independent Power Producers
  •     Wind, solar and geo farm owners/operators/project developers
  •     Power integrators and installers
  •     Technology developers and manufacturers
  •     Renewable power technology research and development companies
  •     Investors - venture capitalists, private equity firms and institutional investors
  •     Development Banks
  •     Risk management companies
  •     Legal experts & consultants
  •     Energy analysts, environmental and engineering consultants and industry press
  •     NGO’s
  •     General public interested in renewable energy


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