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Solar Power Systems Fundamentals

3 November 2020 | 4:00 PM


Solar Power Systems Fundamentals is a 2 hours workshop to present the basics of a solar system. Through this session you shall be present the different components that make up a working solar power system covering solar cells, arrays and solar inverters. The event will discuss as well the economics of a solar system, comparing different ownership models while keeping an eye on the reliability and challenges to maintaining a solar power system.

Event Objectives

  • Understand the basics of a solar power system
  • Appreciate the different components of a solar power system
  • How to choose a solar power system based on your needs and requirements
  • The requirements of owning or leasing a solar power system

Target Audience

  • Electric professionals
  • Energy Managers
  • Facility Managers
  • Engineers
  • Business owners and directors
  • Anyone who is keen to enter the renewable energy industry
TimingEvent schedule

4:00 p.m.

Welcome note by Prof. Abdullah Al Badi

4:10 p.m.

Solar power systems fundamentals

4:40 p.m.

Solar system economics and ownership models

5:10 p.m.

Panel discussion

5:30 p.m.

Closing remarks

TimingEvents Schedule
4:00 pmWelcome note
Prof. Abdullah Al Badi
4:10 pmSolar power systems fundamentals ()

Mazin AL-Shidhani , PhD
Renewable Energy Engineer
Petroleum Development Oman
4:40 pmSolar system economics and ownership models ()

Dr. Nabih Cherradi
Partner, Chief Technology Officer
Desert Technologies
5:10 pmPanel discussion
5:30 pmClosing remarks

Speakers

Prof. Abdullah Al Badi

Prof. Abdullah Al Badi

Electrical & Computer Engineering Professor

Sultan Qaboos University

Dr. Nabih Cherradi

Dr. Nabih Cherradi

Partner, Chief Technology Officer

Desert Technologies

Dr. Mazin Al Shidhani

Dr. Mazin Al Shidhani

Renewable Energy Engineer

Petroleum Development Oman

Recognized as a technical authority in the areas of reservoir characterization, stream-line simulation, Geo- Statistics and subsurface data analytics, he is a professor and holder of LeSuer Endowed Chair in Petroleum Engineering at Texas A&M University. He is a co-author of the SPE Textbook ‘Streamline Simulation: Theory and Practice’ and editor of the SPE Reprint series ‘History Matching and Conditioning Geologic Models to Production Data’. Prior to Texas A&M, he worked with BP Exploration/BP Research and the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory