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Solar101 & Solar202 in 2019!

26 Nov 2020 by Hybrid

SOLAR 202 is our monthly hands-on workshop style class that goes over professional solar installations and design.

Previous solar experience or Solar 101 attendance is a must.

Topics covered:

1.Electrical safety and jobsite safety

2.Proper system design- Grid tie, 3 phase grid tie, hybrid, HOG – we go through actual plans

3.String sizing and voltage calculations – equipment matching

4.Mounting and sealing techniques

5.Bad installations, how to avoid them, spot them and minimize mistakes

6.Philippine Electric Code provisions for solar

7.Interconnection standards and how to pass Net Metering

8.Hands on crimping MC4s and assembly of wiring systems.

9.Live energization of grid tie, off grid and hybrid systems.

This is a Solaric’s first professionalized class for Solar installers, project managers, architects, electricians, engineers and for people who want to get to the solar business or design them into projects like a boss.


•There will be an outdoor component: wear comfortable clothes, rubber shoes and safety or sunglasses required, change of clothes or rain gear if bad weather.

•Your calculator or cellphone calculator

•Your own hand tools such as pliers, wire stripper and multi tester suggested.

•Optional: Cordless drill with 8mm nut setter, 10mm nut setter if you can find.

•If bringing your own equipment please label with your own name sticker

www.solaric.com.ph/solar202 to signup!

Solaric is trusted in hundreds of thousands of households nationwide. Over the course of the past decade, we’ve challenged your carbon footprint, caused disruptions in the industry, and led solar tech innovations in the Philippines. Yet, we remain rooted to our purpose and principles, because they are the reasons why we turn on the sun every single day.Solaric was an offshoot of our previous business which involved providing backup power solutions to the US Federal Government. One of our more notable projects was the battery backup system for the Kennedy Space Station data center in Florida. We first started experimenting with Solar PV early 2010, but it was too expensive to do it without subsidies back then. In the past 5 years, technological advancements have allowed solar to become cost effective and competitive against utility power.When Typhoon Yolanda happened, we heard horror stories of infants dying because of incubators and nebulizers under blackout. Our startup business was called to duty. All our inventory was reallocated to relief efforts with no expectation of getting paid. We were tasked to energize schools, churches, homes, and relief centers in Tacloban and Malapascua, where there were no grid, no diesel, and no government support. We delivered power when others would not or could not, and in the worst possible operating conditions.After installing truck loads of off grid power solutions that were used by thousands of Yolanda survivors, we came back tempered and hardened, but our goal was one and the same: to provide cost effective power using free and clean renewable energy, to be enjoyed by future generations.


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