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View Resource In the Public Interest How and Why to Permit for Small Wind Systems A Guide for State and Local Governments

The greatest challenges to small-scale renewable energy are not technical, but rather financial, political, and regulatory. Confusing, inconsistent or even absent permitting processes discourage the...

http://distributedwind.org/assets/2012/12/InThePublicInteres...
View Resource Revising Standards & Codes

Applicable codes and standards strongly influence the design, manufacture, and installation of new PV equipment. And when these new products begin to be installed in the field, they, in turn, may...

http://www.nmsu.edu/~tdi/pdf-resources/CC118.pdf
View Resource Disco Madness: The Whys and Wheres of Disconnects

In the event of an emergency, disconnect switches are used to rapidly disconnect the external power source conductors from the circuits in a building or structure (National Electrical Code Sections...

http://www.nmsu.edu/~tdi/pdf-resources/CC119.pdf
View Resource PV Odds & Ends

My presentations on PV and the National Electrical Code (NEC) take me all over the United States. This regular input from PV professionals serves as an ongoing source of information related to the...

http://www.nmsu.edu/~tdi/pdf-resources/CC117.pdf
View Resource Beauty is in the Eye of the Inspector

With electrical lifetimes exceeding 40 years, photovoltaic (PV) systems must be installed using the best available workmanship to ensure public safety over the life of the system. While the...

http://www.nmsu.edu/~tdi/pdf-resources/CC116.pdf
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