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PostPosted: Wed Oct 07, 2015 5:47 pm 
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I'm teaching a solar 101 class


Tech Ranch Austin

8920 Business Park Dr #250, Austin, TX 78759

Nov 5th, 7pm.

Solar 101: Basic System components and design.

Are you interested in solar but don't understand the terms or calculations?
This class will help you understand the basic terminology and calculations
involved to set up a basic, independent 12v solar powered system for
research, personal sustainability, or remote technology projects.

Class is free, donation box will be available


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I might be able to attend that class. I am definitely interested in learning more about them. How much hands-on will happen in the course?

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No hands on, just power point and discussion


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