Labor force training

The amount of micro and mini solar generation systems in Brazil was not as significant between 2012 and 2013, the first years in which Brazilians were able to generate their own power. However, in the two years that followed and up until 2015, this number jumped from 131 to over a thousand systems. This growth is one of the signs that the solar market has all the conditions to grow in Brazil and that more and more roofs may be integrated into the grid by feeding it with clean, renewable energy from the sun. To accompany this expansion, the country will need more and more skilled labor to do projects, installing the plates and doing the maintenance. Learn the story of Gustavo Malagolli, director of Alsol, and Jefferson Silva, a young man who had the opportunity to work with solar energy.