SAPVIA Green Card Assessment
What is the PV GreenCard?
The PV GreenCard is an as-built report for the Solar PV system owner and a checklist for the installer which qualified installers provide to their clients on the completion of a project. The PV GreenCard contains details of the installation such as, what sort of PV modules and PV inverters were used, as well as a checklist of all of the necessary installation steps that were completed. The installer is able to use the PV GreenCard to declare compliance with relevant standards as well as safety guidelines for PV installation. This will provide investor confidence, commitment from participating industry players, and empowerment of the Solar PV system owner. The PV GreenCard is an industry-led quality label that is inclusive in nature and becomes the key to ensure a high standard of quality for small-scale Solar PV installations. It is recommended that a PV GreenCard should be issued with every small-scale Solar PV installation by suitable qualified installers.
Once you have registered your company, you will have the ability to register all qualifying installers who are registered with the Department of Labor (DoL) and have successfully completed the Solar PV Assessment. (More information on the Solar PV Assessment can be found here). It is important to note that only these installers would be able to submit a PV GreenCard.
For more info see:https://www.pvgreencard.co.za/
Note: To prevent the risk of running this learning opportunity at a loss, SARETEC will only present the assessment if there is a minimum of 6 paid participants attending the learning opportunity.