Focus photovoltaic – paradigm shift electricity! Also today, the further expansion of the use of renewable energies is urgently needed. Photovoltaics is still the best use potential. In addition to the existing markets in Germany or Japan evolve more and more new markets in southern Europe. Keep the high rate of production growth in the next few years, what many experts hold very likely, more significant cost reductions of photovoltaics are expected. Solar panels are more efficient and cheaper, are more often regarded as a creative element for roofs and facades. Thus the photovoltaic will continue to evolve to one of the main pillars of a sustainable energy economy.
Because the growth rates a shortage is noticeable in the industry increasingly. The use of photovoltaics was so far not to the classic content of vocational training still higher education. But increasingly, expertise in different vocational areas requires with the growing solar. That’s why is the training in this area often frequented. The Haus der Technik in Berlin offered this area currently following training topics: standard and professional planning, construction and installation of grid-connected photovoltaic systems on 27-28 March 2014, and electrical and fire safety photovoltaic on 07 February 2014, photovoltaics for non technicians – operation, manufacture, construction, planning, efficiency on 28 February 2014 basics photovoltaic 1 how it works – application areas – market on 20th March 2014, basics 2 photovoltaic application – planning – simulation on March 21, 2014, Heat pumps and photovoltaics on the 13-14th June 2014, photovoltaics – Conference security on the 9th-10th of October 2014 Conference photovoltaic – operation the 4.Juli 2014 in Berlin all trainings by House of technology on the subject of solar are listed under the following link: the Haus der Technik (HDT) is the oldest technical training Institute of in Germany, outdoor Institute of the Rheinisch Westfalische Technische Hochschule Aachen (RWTH) and Partners of the universities of Bonn, Braunschweig, Duisburg-Essen, Munster and the Bremerhaven University of applied sciences. It maintains close contacts with companies and research institutions.
The HDT has the legal form of a non-profit, registered association with approx. 1000 company and person members. founded in 1927 in Essen, the Haus der Technik is today one of the leading German provider of seminars, courses, meetings and conferences for specialists and managers. About 16,000 participants annually use the facilities in Essen and at the branch offices in Berlin, Munich and Bremerhaven as well as at numerous other venues in the country and abroad. The Essen headquarters is a modern Congress Centre regularly also used by nationwide companies and associations. More than 50 seminars and meeting rooms for up to 600 people with State of the art conference and audio-visual equipment, as well as a full-service are available.