This training course will introduce you to the powers of wind as an energy source. We will help you navigate the intangible, so you can use wind energy to balance out your sustainable energy business offerings and keep off-grid systems charging day and night whenever the wind blows! Everblue's introductory course to wind will equip you with the fundamental understanding and theories that validate it as a renewable energy source.
Course Description: Become a small wind system practitioner! Learn the intricacies of small wind energy systems rated at 100 kW or less as a grid-connected or off-grid system, with or without batteries. Find out what it takes to install and maintain wind energy systems and equipment. We’ll also teach you how incentives make wind a great investment for your business and customers.
Format: This 8-hour course is available as an on-demand webinar. Access the content immediately upon registration!
Benefits of Online Learning:
System Requirements: You must have a high-speed Internet connection and be online. All major browsers are supported: Internet Explorer 5.0 and higher, Netscape 7.1 and higher, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari (Mac compatible), and Opera. No software needed to install - runs right from your browser.
Audience: This course is ideal for contractors, electricians, project developers, policymakers, students and anyone interested in understanding renewable energy.
Course Materials: You will find the course syllabus, digital workbook, video modules, and certificate of completion in your online Everblue account. You will also find instructions for counting this course toward continuing education hours.
Price: Only $49 for this on-demand webinar! For information involving corporate training, group rates, or returning student discounts, please call 800-460-2575.
|Types of Renewable Energy||Wind Production|
|History of Wind||Wind Integrated Design|
|How Wind is Created||Anatomy of a Wind Turbine|
|Wind Turbine Scales||Blade Design|
|Vertical Axis Turbines||Electricity Basics|
|Wind Turbulence||Site Evaluation|