Genergy: Certified PV GreenCard Course Provider

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Get Your PV GreenCard

Get ahead of your competition by becoming a PV GreenCard endorsed installer, a certification developed to promote high quality PV installations nationwide. Genergy provides the training in preparation for the SAPVIA PV Assessment. The programme focuses on education, skills development and training to build installer capacity as well as improve standards development and compliance in line with the best international practice.

Next Training Course: 3-7 February 2020

When:          3-7 February 2020

                        8:30-16:00 daily

Where:          Genergy

                        3 Alabaster Street, South End

                        Port Elizabeth

Cost:              R9000 (ex. VAT)

Facilitator:    Cody Brown (our registered PV Greencard trainer)

Once the course has been successfully completed, you will need to register for your SAPVIA assessment to receive GreenCard certification.

Should the course not have enough attendees, it will be postponed to a later date which will be communicated in due course.

Training Schedule


Electrical basics, characteristics of solar energy, different types of solar systems, and how to differentiate between them; different PV modules, inverters, chargers, batteries and roof mounting structures. Site visit checklist and relevant quality certification for PV solar components.



Integration of different Solar PV components, interpretation of datasheets, types of solar PV systems, single line diagrams, design and calculations for solar PV systems, understand Municipal/Eskom’s requirements and processes for solar PV, latest SANS 10142-1-X requirements for embedded generation and software simulations.



Preparation and planning of installation, practically install solar PV components, testing and commissioning of systems, document and evaluate installations.

Cody Brown

Trainer: Cody Brown

About PV GreenCard Certification

The PV GreenCard is an as-built report for the Solar PV system owner. It is also a checklist to be provided to the clients by the qualified installer upon the completion of a project. It contains details of the installation such as the brand and number of PV modules and inverters used, as well a checklist of all of the necessary installation steps that were completed.

  • Generate new business opportunities
  • Build consumer confidence
  • Get registered on the SAPVIA certified installers database
  • Improve overall industry standards

By doing training with Genergy, a certified training provider in the Eastern Cape with the aim to train local installers, installers will save on the high costs of training in Cape Town or Johannesburg, making it easier to obtain the certification.

Once you have successfully completed the course, you will require some practical experience before you can register for your assessment with SAPVIA. Genergy cannot provide this assessment and this can only be done in Cape Town or Johannesburg at this point.

The PV Greencard certification is available for all installers both companies and individuals.

  • Register for the PV GreenCard Certification with Genergy
  • Take the 5-day course
  • Complete assessment
  • Get certified and registered on the SAPVIA installer database

Only SAPVIA registered assessors can issue the PV Greencard. Genergy carries out full training and will refer you to a registered assessor.

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Course Details

The course will take place at Genergy’s offices in Port Elizabeth. This is currently our only training facility.

Please note: Once you have successfully completed the training, you will require practical experience before you can register for your SAPVIA assessment.

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