The Process of Transforming kWh of Client Consumption to Solar Production

A #SolarMOOC Live Lecture Monday April 30th at 6pm (Central Daylight Time) Featuring Jeffery Lee Johnson, PhD 

Press Release 

SolPowerPeople is thrilled to announce Dr. Jeffery Lee Johnson‘s return as a #SolarMOOC Guest Lecturer Monday evening. During this lecture, he will walk though the process of collecting consumption data for a client and go though the steps of designing the optimum system using PVSYST (a studies, sizing, and simulation software). He will explain string sizing and specific yield, along with performing a specific example of a completed system and compare the predicted performance with the actual performance.

Jeffery Lee Johnson received his PhD from the University of California Santa Barbara in Electrical Engineering with specialization in the physics of Opto-Electronic materials and devices. He has more than 10 years experience as a Senior Project Manager for the Defense Industry and has worked on government projects through Raytheon, Rockwell and Lockheed Martin. Since 2007, Jeffery has been working to promote Solar Energy in Mexico where he know resides. He has been an educator, a professor, and a consultant for government and industrial clients. He is currently the founder and CTO of TodoSolar (Spanish for “Everything Solar”). TodoSolar is a Mexican owned EPC Company that designs and installs residential and commercial PV systems up to 500KW.  “We have installed numerous systems including the largest grid connected residential system in the country at 18.2KW.”

TodoSolar is now expanding across Mexico riding the wave of solar growth in this new market, with plans to expand into Chile and Costa Rico.

The #SolarMOOC is bursting at the seams with participants from all over the world uniting together to share in abundance the knowledge necessary for the solar industry to prosper.


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Transforming kWh of Client Consumption

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