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Solar PV Entrepreneurship

This program path is perfect for an individual who is seeking to start their own solar business or seeking a sales or product representative position in the solar industry. A solid focus on the technical, economic, and financial aspects of the solar industry are covered in this program to prepare you for the fast paced and highly dynamic solar industry.

In addition to understanding all the financial incentives and sales techniques, being technically competent in the application and installation of photovoltaic systems will make you a better sales professional. This certificate program will give you the confidence needed when talking with potential customers about this highly technical field.

Solar UP Nigeria (SUN)

Solar UP Nigeria (SUN) Initiative is established to promote the intervention of renewable energy in Nigeria especially solar. We work to help Nigerians understand the various applications of solar energy and its commercial value chain. We are doing this by Firstly train, groom and then mentor young Nigerians including women at no cost to become solar entrepreneurs and providers of affordable clean electricity. This trained group will additionally serve as a competent pool of workforce for the renewable energy industry. We are also helping to provide solar for electricity to communities without access to basic lighting. This action will reduce dependency of fossil fuel thereby combating climate change, create employment for the unemployed, improve access to electricity and ultimately boost Nigeria’s economic growth.

South Africa has the largest carbon footprint in Africa and contributes 40% of the total CO2 emissions in the continent. As the world evolves in response to climate change concerns, the way business is done in South Africa will need to change.

Small-scale embedded generation (SSEG) has been piloted in the Western Cape for a number of years, and other provinces are beginning to follow suit. SSEG refers to renewable power generation under 1 MW, located on residential, commercial, or industrial sites.
Under a net-metered system, when the solar system generates more power than your business consumes, the excess power goes back into the grid and you receive a credit at a fixed rate. All indications are that the South African government will begin to facilitate SSEG through more active implementation of the existing policy, and more progressive policy changes in the years to come.

The capital depreciation allowances for solar PV systems greater than 1 MW did not change, but the legislation continues to allow full depreciation over three years—50% of the capital cost in the year of commissioning, 30% in the subsequent year, and 20% in the third year. This depreciation allowance for solar PV systems applies regardless of who installs the system for a business, whether by contractors or developers, or paid for by the business in a credit sale agreement (as defined in Section 1 of the Value-Added Tax Act)—either upfront in a single payment or in multiple payments over an extended period.

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