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SAPVIA launches PV GreenCard

Secure PV installations for South Africa and a database of reliable installers

The South African Photovoltaic Industry Association SAPVIA launches their new PV GreenCard in Johannesburg on Friday, 26th May. As main motivation for the programme they state the "peace of mind that your solar PV installation complies with industry and international best practice".

The idea is to create a safe environment for end clients, installers and investors. The procedure is simple: SAPVIA gives out guidelines for assessments where installers undergo a theoretical and practical test which they must pass in order to be included in the list of certified installers in the PV GreenCard database. Then for every installation, a PV GreenCard is issued by the certified installers in order to proof the correctness of the installation. The plan is to make the PV GreenCard a seal of quality and mandatory for any official installations.

Join the launch of the PV GreenCard for more information or follow @PVGreenCard on Twitter. In the next days, we will provide more info on our social media channels as well. Access the database under www.pvgreencard.co.za.

maxx-solar academy Johannesburg is the first official PV Assessment provider in Johannesburg. If you are an installer and want to do the Assessment, register on our website: https://maxx-energy.arlo.co/za/courses/26-sapvia-pv-assessment

Use the code SAPVIA to get 15% special launch discount!

Assessment on one of the training roofs in Johannesburg.

The second training roof is a tiled roof where the participants as well have to install a complete PV system.

Kinesh, Robert and Philip -all maxx-academy trainers- handing over Philip's certificate after a successful practical assessment.

23.05.2017 /