I have a very positive attitude and love this solar industry. I just want to capture your attention on how the government, utilities and organizations who follow market trends agree that the industry is growing and consequently they are setting up high expectations that are hard to believe.
in 2010 as volunteers with Grid Alternative. That’s probably the same number or a portion of all PV solar graduates that have taken some sort of training at colleges, trade schools and other private organizations, which could be from one week worth of training to one trimester.
If we do an analysis of who is taking these PV solar classes, mostly paid with grants and scholarships, we will find out there are electricians, roofers, carpenters, engineers, real estate agents, waiters, PhD’s, teachers, marketers, economists, bartenders, accountants, financial analysts and more. It’s common to find this mix of careers in the same classroom.