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Firefighter, first responder workshop
The Texas Renewable Energy Industries Association and SolPowerPeople will present a workshop designed to increase the safety of firefighters and first responders when dealing with fires and other emergencies using photovoltaic solar electric generation and/or solar water heating systems on Thursday, April 17, from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at AACOG in classroom 6-03 (sixth floor) at 8700 Tesoro Drive in San Antonio.
Participants will discuss numerous topics, including why the number of solar installations will continue to grow, how to prepare for the expansion of solar, a training plan for firefighters on solar energy system safety, and more.
The workshop will consist of half classroom instruction and half hands-on experience with a mobile photovoltaic lab. All necessary classroom training materials and lab-related tools, safety glasses, work gloves, and other equipment will be provided.
Registration is $235 for members or $265 for non-members through Monday, March 31.
For more information, call 512-716-9012, or visit http://www.treia.org/event-calendar-header.
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