Photovoltaic installation feasibility study trainings form municipal buildings in Morocco

Photovoltaic installation feasibility study trainings for municipal buildings



Tasks developed:

In recent months, Azimut360 has had the privilege of collaborating with An^mar on a project aimed at fostering energy transition in the northern region of Morocco. This project encompasses a comprehensive program intended to impart technical competencies to diverse communities, including Tétouan, Chefchaouen, M’Diq, and Martil.

The project’s core objective is to actively contribute to the energy transition process by promoting exemplary community practices and emphasizing the critical significance of photovoltaic systems for companies. Azimut360 has developed a rigorous week-long training program that establishes a robust project management structure, enhances technicians’ capacities in the field of photovoltaic energy, and facilitates the exchange of best community practices.



Added value:

Year: 2023

The training primarily focuses on bridging the gap between technicians’ existing electrical knowledge and the specific context of photovoltaic systems through a comprehensive four-day course. This course covers all essential aspects of a successful photovoltaic installation.

Moreover, the training includes a practical two-day module during which technicians, accompanied by our skilled engineers, conduct on-site surveys at various municipal buildings. This enables them to assess installation viability by thoroughly examining the electrical and physical capacities, including rooftop access.

Upon completion of the training mission, the technicians exhibit a professional understanding of photovoltaic installations and acquire extensive knowledge in conducting feasibility studies and site surveys. In future visits, this project will encompass all necessary steps involved in a photovoltaic installation, culminating in the execution of one of the meticulously developed viability studies from the initial visit.

These trainings have been carried out thanks to the funding received from Barcelona Solidària promoted by the Barcelona City Council and within the cooperation program for global justice.