For more than a decade, the Renewable Energy Vermont Conference has been the leading event for the renewable energy sectors in Northern New England. Organized by the nonprofit trade association, Renewable Energy Vermont, this annual forum brings together business leaders, system operators, architects, builders, manufacturers, engineers, scientists, policymakers, and regulators from across all four major clean energy sectors; power, heat, transportation, and efficiency.
Topics include design & construction best practices, policy & regulatory issues, financial & tax/appraisal updates, project siting, stewardship, adaptation, code compliance, incorporating renewables into new construction, and the economics of efficiency and renewables integration.
Want to take advantage of discounted rates by becoming a REV Member? You can join REV today - just add your annual membership when you check out. For details on membership levels and benefits, please go to www.revermont.org.
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Solar Energy International (SEI) Training: This year's SEI training will be an OSHA PV safety course, and will run from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm on Friday, October 19th. This course is worth 3 NABCEP credits. To attend this course, you must add on the SEI Training option at check-out. Here's a brief course description:
A safe installation begins with an understanding of the potential hazards on a PV job site. Solar workers must be trained on how to eliminate or control these hazards through safe working practices, engineering controls, and proper PPE. Pressure to install projects quickly and minimize costs can not only lead to job site injuries or even death, but also costly safety violations. In this course we discuss OSHA requirements and best practices for ladder and lift safety, fall protection, PV mounting safety, and solar electric safety, exploring methods and equipment to work both safely AND efficiently on the job site. This 3-hour course is adapted from a 12-hour solar installation safety course developed by SEI under an OSHA Susan Harwood Training Grant.
Note, day of tickets will be available if the event does not sell out. Day of tickets will be an additional $50 per ticket two-day ticket, or $30 for single day ticket.
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