Intermediate Diploma

Renewable Energy Technology

Contact Department

Renewable Energy Technology

🏠 Hebron, Al-Haras


🏢 Sun – Thu 8:00A.M. – 4:00P.M.



Fields Of Work


Academic Plan

Alternative energy is a real need in light of climate change around the world, and as thi specialization is one of the pillars of sustainability and its goals adopted by the United Nations, it makes sense to strongly invest in this direction in the Palestinian market, especially when talking about the scarcity of traditional fuel resources in Palestine.

The program focuses on solar-electric technology and its harvesting, as well as the installation and maintenance of its systems, and introduces students to other alternative energy types such as wind, biomass and solar thermal energy so they will be able to adapt to the future needs of the market.

This specialization provides students with strong support in the competitions related to electrical systems, which opens wider fields of work for them to overcome the difficulties they may face in the market and allows them to adapt to the nature of the challenges imposed by the laws and regulations on electricity companies in the different regions. Because of the presence of courses that support the concepts of the Economics of renewable energy, students will be able to evaluate bids and profits, which will enable them to open their own businesses in the future.

After completing the course, the student is able to study the theoretical courses, laboratories, and practical training:
1. Installing photovoltaic systems

2. Inspection and maintenance of all circuit and electrical system problems associated with photovoltaic systems.

3. Work in the maintenance departments of factories to maintain electrical machinery.

4. Learn the design and software basics that can be used in this specialty such as PVSyst, PVSol, SketchUp.

5. Ability to pass a Practice Certificate and obtain a stamp from the Electrical Union immediately after graduation, enabling work on small-business plans of less than 32 A, and expanding projects with higher capacities in the future

6. The application of occupational safety measures in the labor market.

7. Start thinking seriously about starting a pilot project in his area of specialization.

• Work on installing photovoltaic systems
• Working in the maintenance departments of solar energy companies and providing technical support
• Work in the maintenance departments of factories to maintain electrical machinery
• Working in design departments of companies working in construction departments
• Installation of household appliances up to 32 amps after Electrical Union’s seal
• Work as a safety and security inspector for companies that install solar panels
• Create a pilot project in his field.

This program consists of (two) academic years, with a total of (76) credit hours.

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