Hand to hand Solar Training for B.Tech, Diploma Engineer

Hand to hand Solar Training for B.Tech, Diploma Engineer

solar training, job offer for B.E., B.Tech, Diploma Engineer,

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The three important benefits are technical, financial and social back-up systems and the main features of our work are:
1. Technical training of rural youth to assemble, repair and maintain the rooftop solar units. We have trained local girls and boys to take care of the systems installed in the village house.
2. Institute of Solar Technology will train the youth of low-income families to become solar technicians. These youth technicians will be establishment of a rural Green Shop, Green Club in remote areas and thus a valuable resource for solar companies interested in expanding into the most remote areas of India.
Youth solar technicians will:
They will learn to assess the buyer’s needs and recommend the appropriate system size.
Assist energy vendors by providing on-site diagnostics of downed systems. This will save the vendor the time and money sending a technician from the city.
Be able to determine if people have misused their system and advise them on better usage and maintenance strategies
Troubleshoot their own community member’s solar systems and generate income by selling their new skills
Serve as paid consultants for energy vendors.
3. Reduce your carbon footprint! Solar electric systems operate without emissions and are environmentally friendly.
Expected Results:
Result 1: Unemployed and untrained/under trained youth from India will be trained as solar energy technicians and will be able to install solar energy systems for households and the soft skills needed to inform local residents about the benefits of solar.
Result 2: The financial dependence of at least 50% of the trained youth to their parents and siblings will be reduced because they will use the newly acquired skills to earn income as they serve for the clients.

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