Experience and Expertise
MOSCET has been involved in a number of training initiatives in order to teach communities and ourselves as far as renewable energy systems are concerned.
Training on Small and Medium Scale Hydropower Project Development in Austria – This training was meant to equip renewable energy developers with skills to design, develop, implement and manage small to medium scale hydro power plants.
Business Management Training – This training was conducted locally and sponsored by the Global Environment Facility (GEF), United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and the Department of Energy. The training was meant to equip renewable energy developers with skills to manage renewable energy businesses.
Introduction to Solar Water Heating – The training was conducted in South Africa overseen by Solarheat. It was meant to introduce developers to technologies in the solar water heating industry.
Management Training in Renewable Energies, NUL Certified Electrical Practitioner, Solar Water Heating,(UNDP)
Despite the vast experience the company has, we have reinforced our expertise through training under different programs.
NUL Certified Electrical Practitioner (NULCEP) – Our technical team underwent a 3 month practical training at the National University of Lesotho for grid inter-tied solar electric systems.
Management Training and Renewable Energies under GIZ in Germany – This 3 month training course was meant to equip renewable energy developers with skills to design, develop, implement and manage different kinds of renewable energies. The training took part in different parts of Germany. The trainer companies included SMA, a recognisable manufacturer of inverters.
Photo: Receiving Certification for Management Training in Renewable Energies in Germany
As more countries and organizations around the world make more emphasis on renewable energy, MOSCET is not left behind.
We have participated in many international forums and local community awareness campaigns and training.
Photo: Africa Energy forum
We engage students in some of our projects as an internship programme to enhance the craftsmanship of these future engineers.
Photo: Preparation for 200 Solar Home Systems in Mphaki, Quthing