Solar Battery Systems – PV Energy Storage Training

Soon, most PV systems will require energy storage. Learn to be the battery expert.

Solar PV Battery Systems Hands-On Workshop PV204 Solar PV Systems with Energy Storage – Design and Installation

24 Hours – $785.00 – 3 Day Hands-On Workshop & Lab

Be the solar installer with the know-how to design and install PV systems with energy storage (battery back-up) for stand-alone and multi-modal systems that include bimodal interactive, grid backup, net zero, and self-consumption.

Diverting energy to temporary storage will make solar energy as flexible as any other energy source.

Prerequisite: Completion of Solairgen’s PV201 Online course, or an equivalent course. We also recommend completing either the PV202 online or PV203 hands-on course prior to enrolling in this course.

The course runs for three days (Monday – Wednesday) with eight hours of training each day beginning at 8:30 and ending around 5:30. The course consists of approximately 70% classroom training and 30% lab work. 

Completion of Solairgen training courses will provide the individual with an expanded knowledge and understanding of the construction trade. These courses are supplemental and not primary to become a licensed professional construction contractor.

This course includes design and installation IREC-Logo-Training-Providermethods for the leading solar battery storage and PV systems.

Stay tunned for upcoming class dates!

Here is what PV204 covers each day:

Solar PV Training Workshop
Feb. 2024
March 2024
April 2024
PV203 PV System Design and Installation
26th – 29th
25th – 28th
29th – May 2nd
Registration Deadlines
Feb. 12th
March 11th
April. 15th


  • Source circuit designing
  • Insolation sourcing and formulas
  • Battery types and classifications
    • Lead-acid
    • Lithium-ion
    • Nickel-Iron
    • Saltwater
    • Redox-Flow
  • NEC code review and battery safety
  • Charge controllers
    • PWM and MPPT types
    • Lighting controllers
    • Linear current boosters
  • Lab: Inspecting and testing batteries: Working with controllers:


  • AC electrical standards
  • Inverters for energy storage
  • Designing systems for a specific purpose
    • Stand alone and multimodal systems
    • Self consumption systems
  • NEC requirements: Requirements for output circuits
    • Requirements for Disconnects
    • Grounding requirements
    • Dedicated space requirements
    • Labeling requirements on the AC output circuits
  • Lab: NEC labeling, load centers and inverter connections
  • Inverter System Designs
    • AC coupled vs. DC coupled
    • Integrated energy storage and control systems
    • Commercial PV systems with energy storage
  • Lab: DC and AC coupled system setups


  • Designing Stand Alone and Multimodal Systems
    • Example: Bimodal PV system configuration
  • Designing Bimodal / Self-consumption Systems
    • Example: AC Coupled bimodal / Self-consumption
  • Exercise: Bimodal Self-consumption configuration
  • LAB: Interconnection of AC coupled system