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Training Program: Schedules
This section provides details of current and forthcoming training programs offered by PV Solar Energy to customers and business partners. The objective of the training programs is to educate and provide hands on experience of the installation techniques used in building projects which use PV Solar Tiles for roof integrated arrays.
Who should attend: Architects, Building Contractors, Roofing Specialists, University and TAFE tutors in relevant courses, and other interested parties.
Courses will be run quarterly or more often if the demand is higher. For further information on the next training course please contact Jesse Clark at PV Solar Energy.

Links : The Presentations section also includes a summary of the animated PowerPoint© sequences providing insight to the various phases of PV Solar Tiles installation. See also the Installation Details section which contains a summary of the online installation manuals and technical specifications and diagrams for PV Solar Tiles.


  Last Updated: Thursday, September 9, 2004 - 11:10 a.m. Pacific Time




PVSOLARTILES

An added value approach to Photovoltaics (PV) on buildings for building designers and owners
100% Australian Design and manufacture
Award winning design
CSIRO and BHP weather tested
Forms a tough, trafficable and attractive roof
Additional thermal energy benefits for home comfort and savings
Design and construction with sustainable outcomes and appeal to clients
Zero Greenhouse footprint homes with low bills can be achieved.
PV Solar Tiles
won the Housing Industry Association Greensmart Product of the Year Award 2001
The development of PV Solar Tiles has received project support from the Australian Greenhouse Office and SEDA NSW. Tyco Electronics is also a partner in the project.