On 15 November 2017, at Nizwa College of Technology, renewable energy training program funded by the British Petroleum Company and executed by Nafath Renewable Energy LLC., as part of “Mustadeem Project” concluded at 2pm in Jibreen hall in the presence of Dr. Hafidh Taher Barham Ba Omar, the NCT Dean. Around 65 engineering students from different levels and specializations had completed the full 2 day training program.
The training covered the two important sources of renewable energy, solar and wind energies in hybrid mode. Basic concepts related to the load calculation, design and selection of the components along with the safety features and connection and installation procedures were covered and were well appreciated by all the trainees.
Earlier, the event was inaugurated by Dr.Khalfan Al Masruri, the Assistant Dean for the academic affairs of NCT, Mr.Abdullah Al Saidi, CEO of Nafath Renewable Energy, gave the introductory speech and conducted the training on the first day. Trainees were given hands on training on the second day with the equipment by Nafath team. The event was well attended by the staff and students of the Nizwa College of Technology.