Solar Energy Sector is Next Window of Opportunity

AP Skill Development Corp Project manager K Mangendar said  that  there  are lot self-employment opportunities  in  the solar  power sector  in  the country  because  the central and  state govts  are giving priority to solar power. He inaugurated  Surya Mitras 10th Batch training program held  in  the Acharya Nagarjuna  University premises in  Guntur city in Aug’17. Speaking  on  this  occasion, he  said that the demand for solar  water heaters,  solar bulbs and cooking systems  are  increasing, when  the demand  is increasing,  employment  opportunities  will  also increase. He explained some techniques in the training. New Renewable Energy Development Corporation  district project director G Harinath Babu  said that so far they have given  training to the ten batches in the ANU premises  and  added that so far they imparted training to 270 candidates, 240 got jobs. He  said, similarly the  tenth batch students will also have better employment  opportunities.