8 photovoltaic panels in self-consumption for PV training – Lyon (FR)

  • 2019
  • Lyon, France
  • Power output : 2.4 kWc
  • Panels : 8 Flash

This installation of 8 DualSun Flash photovoltaic solar panels in self-consumption is not quite conventional. Indeed, it was carried out by the 10 trainees of the Poseurs d’Avenir training course in Lyon, in June 2019.

The Poseurs d’Avenir training course is offered by DualSun, BAO Formation and ENGIE.

It aims to train skilled craftsmen. The aim is to ensure that they have all the necessary qualifications to work as solar installers. A course took place from 1 April to 12 July 2019 at the Fort de Feyzin.

The Poseurs d’Avenir training is essentially based on learning by doing: it was therefore quite normal for this training to end with a real situation installation on a building. The future graduates were thus able to connect a 2.4 kWp DualSun Flash photovoltaic installation on the roof of a building. The trainees took part in this project in order to validate their skills and to give concrete expression to their training.

The Flash photovoltaic panel proposed by DualSun is one of the most efficient on the market (310Wp). Composed of high-efficiency monocrystalline cells, it comes with a 20-year Premium* warranty on parts and labour, and a 25-year warranty on photovoltaic output!

The electricity generated by the photovoltaic solar panels will be consumed in the building.

The Poseurs d’Avenir training course is new. It favours an educational apprenticeship of the profession. 3 months of theoretical and practical training and an internship in a company will be necessary for the trainees to acquire the skills required for this profession. Moreover, the training is based on four modules: safety, electricity, roofing and photovoltaic.

Two Marseilles classes have already graduated. This class from Lyon is therefore the third. The next training sessions will take place in March 2020 in Marseille and in April 2020 in Lyon.

Technical information

Number of panels 8 DualSun Flash photovoltaic panels
Power output 2.4 kWc
Rooftop installation On-roof
Photovoltaic system Micro-inverters In-phase, self-consumption of electricity