Monday, 27 August 2018

IST Testimonial


IST Alumni Testimonial


According to me, this was the best teaching institute. Clearing concept with giving different live example, how to convince the client and how to show the positive 
- Prashant Wasudevrao Kalbande, 
Asst Professor at WCEM, Nagpur

A good platform to learn new ideas in Solar Technology 
- RAHUL KUMAR, 
Asst. Manager at TaeguTec India P Limited





The instructor was committed towards his teaching which was completely presentation based and he answered every question we asked him. The method was completely presentation based which help us to have a better understanding. Very good institute which is imparting a wonderful knowledge about the solar technology which will thus help us in becoming aware of the transition which is taking place in the country and be a part of it. 
- Prashant Juneja, 
Asst. System Engineer at TATA Consultancy Service Ltd

It is the good institute and good training course.  
- Amitkumar Mandavkar, 
Asst Manager at HPCL





Great place for Learning Pv Solar Technology. Faculty is very helpful and have complete knowledge according to present market. As I am from the non-technical background faculty use to relate things according to my understanding and give example for my better understanding  
- Kaustubh Gupta, 
Manager Operations at Fairdeal Agencies

The course is good. Most important things about IST training is Solar in-depth analysis, solar panels installation Practical sessions.  
- B. Raja Narendra, 
Associate Professor at MIC College of Technology

Effective for developing overall project including technical and financial aspects.  
- Aditya Bose, 
Senior Engineer at American Bureau of Shipping


- CHETAN SINGH SISODIA, 
Sr. Associate Engineer at TTSL
Consultant at S.R. Engineering





Advanced Professional Solar Course


Advanced Professional Solar Course - Advance Certificate in PV Technology & Business Management

NEED OF THE COURSE

This advanced course especially for Professionals & Entrepreneurs who are planning to enter in PV Solar EPC Sector. This will make your transition from an employee to an entrepreneur a little smoother. Maximum solar training institute in India providing system installation training. They only cover the installation portion of solar photovoltaic technology. 

IST covers from basic to advance level software design for MW project, Financial Analysis, Case Study, Business Guide, Legal Issues etc with Practical installation at IST Rooftop Power Plant. 

IST is very well known for its successful Entrepreneurship Development programs for Entrepreneurs and Professionals in the different segments of Solar Business. 

IST course content, lecture topics, project case studies developed by National and International Experienced Solar Engineer and Scientist to fulfill real-life project demands across the country. 

For an Entrepreneur or Professional, time is the main valuable thing, so IST offering total training session in short-time so that, they can easily attend. Training always measured by study hours, maybe in the classroom or at home, not a matter of how many months or years. Most of the trainees have given feedback that if we offer a weekend class, they can attend. IST provides a weekend program in a one-month of an interval. 


IST providing Professional Training since last 5 Years, as described below:-

COURSE CONTENT

RE Scenario and Business Opportunities - Govt Policy, DISCOM Policy, Net Metering, Rooftop SPV Customer, MW Project opportunity for SME, Success history of IST Alumni
Basic Electrical Engineering
Physic of Photovoltaic System
Solar Resource for Photovoltaic System
Site Assessment for KW to MW Project
Safety for PV System Worker
Rooftop SPV Calculation Design, Software Design, BoS equipment selection, module selection, MMS Design, Documents - Energy generation, ROI, Agreements, Vendor selection etc, Project Management, Risk Management, Safety Process, Installation, Commissioning, COD through case studies
MW SPV Project Design, Software Design, BoS equipment selection, module selection, MMS Design, Documents - Energy generation, ROI, PPA, DPR, Feasibility report, Agreements, Vendor selection etc, Project Management, Safety Process, Installation, Commissioning, COD through case studies
Entrepreneurship Guide - Legal issues, Business Network Development, IST Entrepreneurs Network

COURSE FEE:

Training Fee per participant: Rs.80,000/-   Rs.25,000/-
Pre-Admission Fee per participant: Two Months before Rs.25,000/-   Rs.23,600/-
The course fee is one-time payable and non-refundable. No application will be accepted without complete payment procedures.
No of seats per batch/session: 10Nos. First come First serve based on Personal Interview

Fees Include: Access all the lectures, Assessment & Certification Fees

FREE of Cost: Study material, E-Library, Business Promotion on IST E-Magazine

Fooding and Lodging: Will be provided on payment basic

Friday, 30 March 2018

MANPOWER REQUIREMENTS FOR SOLAR PV DEVELOPMENT

Project planning
Activities at the project planning phase comprise site selection, technical and financial feasibility studies, engineering design and project development. The first two activities involve measuring the solar resource potential and estimating the environmental and social impacts of developing a solar plant on an identified site. Engineering design involves identifying the technical aspects of the mechanical and electrical systems, the civil engineering work and infrastructure, the construction plan and the operations and maintenance (O&M) model. Project development consists of administrative tasks such as obtaining land rights, permits, licenses and approvals from different authorities; managing regulatory issues; negotiating and securing financing; negotiating and signing insurance contracts; contracting an engineering company; negotiating the rent or purchase of the land; and managing the procurement processes.

EXAMPLE: Planning a 50 MW solar PV plant requires an estimated 2,120 person-days of labour. Project development activity accounts for about 59 percent of this labour (1,250 person-days), followed by site selection (17%), engineering design (12%), and feasibility analyses (12%). Table 1 presents a breakdown of the total workforce needed in project planning by activity.
Almost 40 percent of the total person-days needed are for legal, energy regulation, real estate and taxation experts. 

Source: http://www.solarquarter.com/index.php/analysis1/5574-requirements-for-solar-pv-development 

THE TOP GOVERNMENT PROGRAMES IN THE SOLAR SECTOR

January 16, 2018

Below are top government programme initiatives taken by the government in the solar sector to push more and more individuals and companies globally to go solar and 100% renewable:

Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission

– The Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission was launched in January 2010 by former Prime Minister, Dr. Manmohan Singh. Its aim is to reduce the cost of solar power generation and install 20,000MW of grid-connected solar power. 

Rooftop Scheme

– Under the rooftop scheme executed by SECI (Solar Energy Corporation of India), 200 MW of projects has been allocated, out of which 45 MW of capacity have been commissioned. Addition to this, special schemes including 73 MW for warehouses and 50 MW for the CPWD (Central Public Works Department) have been launched. 

Solar Park Scheme

– MNRE has come up with a scheme to set up a number of solar parks across several states, each with a capacity of almost 500 MW.  The solar park will enable states to bring in investment from project developers and offer employment opportunities to the local population.

VGF (Viability Gap Funding) Scheme –

Viability Gap Funding scheme is implemented by SECI. In the past few years, SECI has made multiple project allocations under the VGF mechanism. The first 750 MW allocation has already been executed of which 680 MW capacity has been installed and commissioned. VGF support will be provided for setting up of grid-connected solar PV projects of a minimum 2000 MW capacity by solar power developers on build own operate basis.

Government Yojana Solar Energy Subsidy Scheme –

Under this Scheme, financial assistance and capital subsidy will be provided to the applicant to the extent of 50 percent, 75 percent and 90 percent of the basis of basic cost of the solar energy plant.

UDAY Scheme

– UDAY or Ujjwal Discom Assurance Yojna was launched in November 2015 as a revival package for electricity distribution companies of India initiated by the Government of India with the idea to find permanent solar power solutions to the financial mess that the power distribution was facing at that time.
Source: https://amplussolar.com/blogs/the-top-government-programes-in-the-solar-sector/ 

FROM WHERE CAN YOU GET FULL TRAINING?
Only one answer: Institute of Solar Technology (http://istindia.org )

WHY?
See once Core Syllabus of Institute of Solar Technology

Site Assessments and Project Planing
  1. PV System Site Assessment
  2. Solar PV Site Assessment Procedure - Preliminary Solar Site Assessment, Site Access Notes
  3. Shading Analysis for Photovoltaic Systems - Objective and Subjective Shade, Static and Dynamic Shade, Whole and Partial Shade
  4. Shade and Power: The Multiplier Effect, Damage to Solar Panels
  5. Determine true south, Site Analysis, Sun paths, SUN PATHS DIAGRAM, Altitude and azimuth, Site Evaluation
Project Design and Documentation
  1. Basic principles of system design
  2. Steps to follow to design an efficient PV system
  3. Factors to be considered in Solar System Design
  4. System Design of Solar PV Systems - Load Analysis, Solar Array Design, Inverter Issues, Battery Sizing, Charge Controller
  5. Small Rooftop Solar Power Plant Calculation - Load Calculate, Inverter Selection, Battery Bank Calculation, PV Array Design, PV Array Design Error Checking
  6. Street Light, Water Pump Design & Calculation
  7. Solar PV Power Plant Design & Calculation: 5 KWp, 10KWp, 15KWp and so on, CALCULATE MAXIMUM STRING SIZE, CALCULATE MINUMUM STRING SIZE, CALCULATE NUMBER OF STRINGS IN PARALLEL, QUICK CROSS CHECK OF STRING SIZING
  8. PLANT BoS equipment sizing - Minimum Voltage Rating, Minimum Current Rating, Cable Selection and Sizing, Fault Current Protection, String Fuses, Module cables, cable voltage rating, current carrying capacity of the cable, Protection against overcurrent and overvoltage, AC Cables, Cable losses, Cable Tags, Junction Boxes, DC Switches/Disconnects, Circuit Breaker, Data Monitoring, Design Documentation, Drawing Sheet, Energy Yield Prediction, SPECIFIC ENERGY YIELD, CUF, PERFORMANCE RATIO, Ideal Energy, Bill of materials, Quotation, PO, Cost price of solar PV power system, Payback Period
  9. Solar PV Software Training - Design Aspects, Site Analisise using solar software, Calculation shadow effects, PV Array Design, Tracking System, I-V characteristics, Electrical Assembly, power generation calculation, Economic efficiency simulation, Economic Efficiency Report etc
  10. Project Feasibility study of Techno-commercial Reporting, DPR & PPA making for PV Power Project
PV Project Management
  1. What is Project ?
  2. Project Management, Project Management Processes
  3. Project Management Knowledge Areas - Develop Project Charter, Develop Project Management Plan, Manage Project Work, Monitor and Control Project Work, Perform Integrated Change Control, Close Project or Phase
  4. Project Scope Management
  5. Project Time Management, Bar charts
  6. AOA, CPM, PERT
  7. Project Cost Management, PV, EV, BCWS, AC, EAC, CPI, ETC, CV, SPI, VAC
  8. Project Quality Management
  9. Project Human Resource Management
  10. Project Communications Management
  11. Project Risk Management
  12. Project Procurement Management
  13. Project Stakeholder Management
  14. Project vs Operational Work
  15. Project Stakeholders
  16. Detailed Site Analysis, Basic Engineering
  17. Technology Selection
  18. Due Diligence Services in PV Projects
  19. Yield Projection, PV Performance Projection
  20. Implementing MW Solar Power Plants - Action Framework
  21. Getting a PPA for a MW Solar Power Plant
  22. EPC Selection for a MW Solar Plant

VOCATIONAL TRAINING ON PHOTO VOLTAIC SYSTEM FOR ENGINEERING STUDENTS

VOCATIONAL TRAINING ON PHOTOVOLTAIC SYSTEM FOR ENGINEERING STUDENTS


Institute of Solar Technology conducts following Vocational Training on PV Solar System Engineering, Rooftop Net metering PV Solar system for the Students of B.E/B.Tech,M.E/M.Tech,Diploma Engineering from the streams of Electronics & Communication, Computer Science, IT, Electrical, Electrical & Electronics Engineering, Electrical Power System, Electronics & Instrumentation, Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering.


CORE SYLLABUS:

UnitCodeModule DetailTheoryPracticalTotal
Unit: 1PPSPhysic of Photovoltaic SystemClick for Detail Syllabus448
Unit: 1SRPSSolar Resources for Photovoltaic SystemClick for Detail Syllabus336
Unit: 2BoSSolar PV Balance-of-SystemClick for Detail Syllabus8210
Unit: 2SAPSite Assessments and Project PlaningClick for Detail Syllabus224
Unit: 3SPSWSafety for PV System WorkersClick for Detail Syllabus448
Unit: 3IPSInstallation of PV SystemClick for Detail Syllabus2810
Unit: 3SITSystem Inspection, Testing, CommissioningClick for Detail Syllabus8412
Unit: 3SOMSystem Operation and MaintenanceClick for Detail Syllabus213
* per class 45 Munutes, Per day 3 class.

KNOWLEDGE & SKILL FROM THIS TRAINING PROGRAM

Through this training session, you can understand your responsibilities at work area


Technical Job skill:

  1. Working process to generate solar power
  2. understanding of photovoltaic power systems
  3. Identify and list the components
  4. Electrical equipments handling & its function
  5. Mechanical equipments and its function
  6. Installation of Rooftop Solar Power Plant
  7. Occupational health and safety process

Professional Skills:

You can able to:
  1. operate/use different tools used in installation work
  2. Fill report form, make documentation
  3. Communicate with supervisor and co ordinate with co workers
  4. work as a team member for achieving quality work/customer satisfaction
  5. Understand company's policies and needs

ADMISSION GOING ON

Vocational Training on Photovoltaic System for Engineering Students

At IST all Branches  Perday 3 Hours, 3 Days per week
 Eligibility:Diploma, B.E/B.Tech 2 nd / 3 rd / 4th Year Engineering students
 Training Duration: 30 Hours within a Month
 Admission ongoing for June 2018 Batch, July 2018 Batch, August 2018 Batch
 Last Date of Admission: 30/04/18

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