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FREE TRAINING in SOLAR RADIATION - each year in January
Session 6 - Jan. 2018
Please contact us (support-sales(-at-)soda-is.com) to participate to our next training on 15th - 19th January 2018. Take a look to the 6th session program.
Please find more information on the training solar page
Session 5 - 18-19-20 Jan. 2017
We would like to thank all attendees for their participation.
Session 4 - Jan. 2016
The fourth edition of the solar training took place in January 2016 (Program). It gathered thirty-four attendees from Oman, South Korea, Tunisia, Algeria, Egypt and European Union.
Attendees appreciated the training format and the interactions with the researchers and the SoDa team. A video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p-NCtwkGlZg&feature=youtu.be) was made in which several attendees from various countries and firms are interviewed and explain their motivations. The SoDa platform (http://www.soda-pro.com) is the centerpiece of the training; other sources of data from IRENA (irena.masdar.ac.ae), WMO (wrdc.mgo.rssi.ru), Copernicus CAMS (https://atmosphere.copernicus.eu) as well as from the ConnectinGEO project (www.connectingeo.net), measuring instruments and applications are presented.
Session 3 - Jan. 2015
The third edition of this training which occurred in Jan. 2015 was a success! 35 attendees from the European Union, Turkey, Morocco, Algeria and even from Brazil participated to this new version of the training. They appreciated the new format of presentation via the eyes of the fictional character Paul. Participants also enjoyed to have the opportunity to discuss with a banker in charge of the structured financing of large PV projects. Program >>
Session 2 - Jan 2014
Session 1 - Jan 2013
The first session of the training as been organized within the framework of the European project ENDORSE (2011-2013).
One of the lessons learnt in the first phase of this project is that the complexity of the developed services was a significant barrier for adoption. ARMINES decided to propose a free training in solar radiation during which a workshop has been organized to present the "Typical Meteorological Year generation" and the "Atlas generation" services.
This event was the opportunity to pilote the questionnaires for the testing phase of the services by the extended panel of users (Apr. 2013) and the exploration of the market (Aug. 2013).
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