Solar Battery Storage
The Solar battery storage allows for CEC accreditation in solar battery storage. To become endorsed to install grid-connected battery storage, accreditation must also be held for the design and install of grid-connected (GC) photovoltaic systems
To apply for the Clean Energy Council Storage endorsement, an individual must complete the additional training modules on grid-connected battery storage design and installation.
The national training codes for these units are:
The Volt Edge course is a 3 day course that is designed to allow the user to apply for CEC accreditation and install and maintain battery storage systems to Grid connected or stand alone of grid networks.
- UEERE4001 Install, maintain and fault find battery storage systems for grid-connected photovoltaic systems (draft code UEERE4002A)
- UEERE5001 Design battery storage systems for grid-connected photovoltaic systems (draft code UEERE5001A)
Changes to requirements for installing battery storage
New battery storage training units have now been endorsed, meaning that the requirements to be able to install and/or supervise battery storage have changed.
The CEC is implementing a transition period to allow people a reasonable amount of time to complete the new training while still being able to install these systems.
How does this affect you?
- If you have completed or are applying for Grid-connect Accreditation and Stand-alone Power Systems Accreditation under the draft training units, you will need to have completed the new training units by 1 April 2019 to continue installing grid-connected systems with battery storage.
The Volt Edge course is a 3 day course that is designed to allow the user to apply for CEC accreditation and install and maintain battery storage systems to Grid connected or stand alone of grid networks.View All Course Dates
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