National Electric Code can intimidate managers in charge of energy projects who lack a solid understanding of electricity fundamentals. This class demystifies common NEC requirements, components, and installation techniques related to building electrical systems, focusing on sectons NEC 100-400 while using examples relevant to solar and battery construction. The reasoning behind the code is discussed to reinforce electricity basics,
within the context of electrical workmanship. If you either an engineer needs to pass an electrical or solar exam or someone who wants to better understand building electrical systems, this makes a perfect review class
Improve technical knowledge by detailing balance-of system material referenced in code to more accurately define project scope.
Understand primary sections of National Electric Code book in a comprehensive, sequential manner to prepare for electrical or solar examinations.
Trace electricity flow to code safety requirements in order to understand the constraints of electrical safety systems (such as ground faults and arc fault detection) to improve site safety awareness.
Review conductor cables, conduit, and fittings to improve project design and drawings.
Identify various renewable energy rules which do not appear in special sections of code but instead appear as more general requirements for improved knowledge comprehension.