A power-pack of solutions to surge your business forward.
AS/NZS 4777.2 has been updated and comes into effect in October.
Attend our training workshop to bring your compliance knowledge up to date!
Melbourne Wednesday the 16th of September
Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre
Champion Room, 1 Aughtie Drive, Albert Park
Sydney on Thursday the 17th of September
Ausgrid, 48-50 Holker St, Silverwater
Gold Coast on Friday the 18th of September
Bond University, Princeton Room Building 6 Level 3, 14 University Drive, Bond University, Robina
Parking is readily available at all venues.
Workshops start at 8:30am through to 2:30 including lunch provided.
What will be Covered?
In the era of Grid 2.0 comprehending the implications of energy trading, distributed energy generation and storage is vital.
This workshop will deliver an understanding of inverter requirements and connectivity to the utility grid; solutions to the earth fault alarm (AC) and charge controller (DC) compliance and investigate reactive power control constraints due to network changes.
On AS/NZS 4777.2:2015
- Are the products you are importing complying with the standard update?
- What are the implications for hybrid systems?
- How will demand response modes help the grid?
- What are the Isolation and residue current requirements?
- How this update will help the solar industry
- Understanding integration of multi -mode inverters to the network (Case Studies)
On IEC 62109.1 and IEC 62109.2
- Solutions to the earth fault alarm and automatic functionality. What is it, where does it go, what are the methodologies?
- Does your charge controller comply with IEC 62109.1 and your inverter with IEC 62109.2. When does this apply and what products comply with this standard?
- Post 11th July – the challenges of upgrading systems to comply with the CEC and CER requirements
On Network requirements
- Does your micro-inverter have reactive power control to meet the requirements of your local utility?
- Central Protection as viewed through AS/NZS 4777.2:2015
Explaining the CER audit program
- An inside perspective.
CPD Points to be advised.
Presenter: Glen Morris
Glen Morris has been installing renewable energy systems both on and off-grid for over 20 years and teaches renewable energy courses at technical institutes throughout Australia.
Glen is Vice President of the Australian Solar Council, is the Solar Council representative on Standards Australia EL-042 Committee.
During his time as a board member of the Solar Council, Glen has helped develop: SolarPlus – solar PV design tool; the Solar Gold training program; and run many industry solar training events in Australia, New Zealand, Philippines, Hong Kong and China.
This event is sponsored by:
A joint initiative of the Australian Solar Council and the Energy Storage Council