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Courses in Renewable Energy

The following courses are now scheduled

Introduction to Renewable Energy Technologies, Berlin, Germany

Run by the Renewables Academy in Berlin, this course is aimed at those in the business, non-profit, public and academic sectors who wish to get a comprehensive introduction to renewable energy technologies, as well as those wishing to installing renewable energy systems in both urban or rural settings. Participants will have the opportunity to discuss their own projects. Ideal for newcomers to the industry. The course is aimed at an international audience and will be in English.

Dates: 18-20 May 2011

PDF giving course content and registrations details can be downloaded here

http://www.greendragonenergy.co.uk/pdf/RENAC_Introduction_to_Renewable_Energy_Course_3_Days.pdf

Solar Electricity Installation Course - Off-grid Applications, Berlin, Germany

This five-day intensive course on the design and installation stand-alone / off-grid solar electric systems (not grid-connected) is run by RENAC, the Renewables Academy in Berlin. The course is ideal for anyone who wants to install their own solar electric system, start a solar business or seek employment in the solar industry. The course will include numerous practical sessions. Participants will have the opportunity to develop their own projects. The course is aimed at an international audience and will be in English.

Dates: 2-6 May 2011

PDF giving course content and registrations details can be downloaded here

http://www.greendragonenergy.co.uk/pdf/RENAC_Solar_Off-grid_Course_5_Days.pdf

Earthscan is now launching the Earthscan Expert Series, a major new book series providing clear, practical information for people who want to work with environmentally friendly low-carbon technologies. From specific handbooks to more general guides, each highly illustrated title is essential reading for professionals keen to expand their skills base and take advantage of the low carbon revolution. More information at http://www.greendragonenergy.co.uk

Green Dragon Energy

tel: + 49 (0) 30 486 249 98 (Office/Berlin)

email: info@greendragonenergy.co.uk

website: http://www.greendragonenergy.co.uk

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