Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Renewable-Energy-Training-in-Colorado-27MZIFVZ3WUC.htmlConceptually similarRenewable Energy Training in ColoradoGP04X8FCompleted★★★★Renewable Energy Training in ColoradoGP04X8HCompleted★★★★Renewable Energy Training in ColoradoGP04X7YCompleted★★★★Renewable Energy Training in ColoradoGP04X7ZCompleted★★★★Renewable Energy Training in ColoradoGP04X80Completed★★★★Renewable Energy Training in ColoradoGP04X81Completed★★★★Renewable Energy Training in ColoradoGP04X85Completed★★★★Renewable Energy Training in ColoradoGP04X87Completed★★★★Renewable Energy Training in ColoradoGP04X88Completed★★★★View AllGP04X8GRenewable Energy Training in ColoradoAn instructor, right, straightens out a length of cables for a student working on a solar array wiring problem, during an advanced troubleshooting technicians course at the Solar Energy International facility in Paonia.Locations:Colorado-North America-United States of AmericaDate:6 Jun, 2013Credit:© Greenpeace / Robert MeyersMaximum size:5616px X 3744pxKeywords:Climate (campaign title)-Education-Electric cables (electrical components)-Men-Outdoors-Photovoltaic energy-Photovoltaics-Renewable energy-Schools-Solar energy-Solar panels-Technology-Two peopleShoot:Solar Energy Training in ColoradoAdvanced trouble shooting training for solar energy technicians at the Solar Energy International School in Paonia, southwestern Colorado. Solar Energy International was founded in 1991 as a non-profit educational organization. More than 30,000 technicians have been trained in SEI programs. Through the Renewable Energy Education Program (REEP), SEI offers hands-on workshops and online courses in solar PV, wind, micro-hydro and solar hot water.SEI works cooperatively with grassroots and development organizations in the Americas, Africa, Micronesia and the Caribbean. SEI staff have delivered services to the Pan American Health Organizations, Non-Governmental development organizations (NGOs), foreign, national and state governments, universities and individuals seeking the benefits of renewable energy.