MNRE organizes Five-Day ‘Solar PV Rooftop’ Programme

The Gandhigram Rural Institute, a deemed to be university, Tamil Nadu, has been entrusted with the task of training graduates and new entrepreneurs under MNRE-USAID-Partnership to Advance Clean Energy-Development (PACE-D) Technical Assistance Programme.

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Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) has kick started the five day training programme on ‘Solar PV Rooftop’ from March 24 to 28, at Gandhigram Rural Institute in Tamil Nadu.

The Gandhigram Rural Institute, a deemed to be university, Tamil Nadu, has been entrusted with the task of training graduates and new entrepreneurs under MNRE-USAID-Partnership to Advance Clean Energy-Development (PACE-D) Technical Assistance Programme.

The speakers at an ongoing five-day entrepreneurship development programme have asked the graduates and young professionals to tap the potential in solar rooftop system, which has a good demand in the market.

Divisional Engineer (DE-Technical) of Southern Power Distribution Corporation Limited J. Sanjeeva Rao, USAID PACE-D consultant Deepanker Bishnoi, assistant DE D. Krishna Naik and others explained that the training session focussed on energy efficiency and clean energy finance.

Students were taught about the concept, design and components with specific focus on technical architecture of solar PV rooftop system, business models, role of stakeholders, and policy and regulatory framework at national and State levels.

Source: The Hindu

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