ADVANCED EDUCATION COURSE IN THE FIELD OF SOLAR HYBRID SYSTEMS

The aim of the project is to further train 45 graduates of technical courses from universities in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq as well as refugees from Syria who live in the refugee camp Mam Rashan in the area of ​​solar diesel hybrid systems. Since the electrical energy supply in Iraq has deteriorated after the war and the electrical power is almost entirely generated from fossil energy sources, the entire electrical network fails on a daily basis. By using solar energy, fossil fuels can be saved on the one hand and the downtime of the power grid can be reduced on the other. This would have a huge impact on the economic activities of the entire region and therefore also on the labor market. Another advantage would be the improvement in air quality in inner cities, which suffers greatly due to the daily operation of emergency generators. The planned further training is intended to enable participants to design and electrically design PV systems - both as stand-alone systems and systems parallel to the grid. This includes safety aspects of personal and system protection as well as economic aspects regarding the purchase and operation of the systems. Finally, an example system should be installed, parameterized and put into operation.

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