The first in a two-part series, this webinar will cover the installation and inspection of battery systems for residential and commercial scale systems under AS/NZS 5139.
Specifically, attendees will learn about the integration requirements for inverters connected to battery systems, risk analysis, battery arc fault calculations, labelling and international standards applicable to lithium ion batteries.
Find out how to select the right product for an application, what parts of AS/NZS 5139 should be applied and how to perform a risk assessment.
Speaker: Glen Morris
Glen Morris, through his business SolarQuip, has been installing renewable energy systems both on and off-grid for over 25 years. Glen consults for the Smart Energy Council, is their representative on Standards Australia EL-042 Committee (renewable energy standards), has taught renewable energy courses at various technical institutes throughout Australia, was a board member and Vice President of the Australian Solar Council (ASC), and has been a renewable energy system auditor for both the Clean Energy Council and the New Zealand Government. Glen has lived off-grid for much of the past 29 years.
During his time as a board member of the ASC Glen has helped develop: SolarPlus – solar PV design tool; the Solar Best Practice Program; and run many industry solar training events in Australia, New Zealand, Philippines, Hong Kong and China.
Glen currently runs the Smart Energy Lab in the Yarra Valley where he teaches solar and battery installation, does field testing of smart energy products and consults on renewable energy projects.
Glen is a director of Solaris Pty Ltd, producer of the industry leading solar and battery design software, SolarPlus.
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