LED & Solar Panel Technician

What does a Solar Technician do?

Solar energy is a clean resource, producing very few emissions in its production and use. Since the Sun is life force of our universe, it is naturally renewable resource of power as well.

In recent years, solar power has become an area of focus within the global energy community. More businesses are investing in to this to reduce their carbon footprint and the households are installing to save or live in an area off the standard power grid, increasingly turning to solar power as a solution.

This is all great news for the Solar Technician. That’s because Solar Technicians install and maintain solar power systems so they work at their highest capacities. This can mean working with a passive system, such as heat from a window, or an active system, such as solar panels on a roof that gather and direct sunlight into storage batteries. Maintaining these systems entails repairing solar panels, installing systems to convert the solar DC power to liveable AC power, replacing pumps or fans, and exploring more effective designs.

For the design portion, you the Solar Technicians will work with trained Solar Engineers. Together, you evaluate the problem, observe the current process, and create solutions. Once you’ve designed a new product or process, you assist in its installation and maintenance.



The light-emitting diode (LED) is one of today’s most energy-efficient and rapidly-developing lighting technologies. Quality LED light bulbs last longer, are more durable, and offer comparable or better light quality than other types of lighting. LED lighting is currently available in a wide variety of home and industrial products, and the list is growing every year. The rapid development of LED technology leads to more products and improved manufacturing efficiency, which also results in lower prices.

With the latest technology and energy saving features, the installation and maintenance of LED are of increased demand in businesses, social amenities, households, service providers and in all possible lighting usages.