Australian Energy Minister launches Smart Energy Training Centre with full support from AlphaESS
Earlier this week on the 15th November, the Solar Council and Energy Storage Council had launched the Smart Energy Training Centre (SETC) with by the Hon. Tom Koutsantonis MP, SA Treasurer and Minister for Energy. SETC is designed to deliver nationally accredited and non-accredited training in solar, battery storage and smart energy management.
The SETC is the collaboration with leading training providers. "The Smart Energy Training Centre is an industry first collaboration between the Australian Solar Council, the Energy Storage Council, and registered training organisations. AlphaESS is proud to be one of the technology solution providers in support of SETC every step from the beginning.
"South Australia is a smart energy leader, and we need our workers to have access to cutting edge training and technology in the renewables sector. Skills and training will help drive innovation and keep South Australia ahead of the game in industry, commercial, and consumer markets. "said John Grimes, CEO of the Australian Solar Council.
Josh Deng,Director of the Asia-Pacific region from AlphaESS has also attended the opening, "To knowledge and educate not only the math, the design and install techniques but also the visons of clean and sustainable energy had always been the center philosophy of AlphaESS. "he said.
"We are here to help people in this industry to have the best and most comprehensive knowledge of new products and equipment and be able to access to the latest state-of-the-art technologies, like AlphaESS Smile5 system" he added.
The South Australian Smart Energy Training Centre is located at 79 Jervois St, Torrensville, Adelaide.
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