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Solar Panel Cleaning Course Contents

Solar Panel Cleaning Safety Courses

  • Introduction to Solar Panel Cleaning Safety
  • Job Hazard Analysis
  • Risk Prevention
  • Solar Cleaning Hazards - Electrical
  • Solar Cleaning Hazards - Non-Electrical
  • Fall Protection
  • Conclusion

Solar Panel & PV Surface Cleaning - Core Concepts

  • Introduction (14:45) 
  • About Us (22:46) 
  • Core Concepts (4:12) 
  • Drivers (6:13) 
  • Worldwide Solar Panel Cleaning Market Size (4:11) 
  • Industry Segmentation (8:43) 

Solar Panel Cleaning - Utility Scale, Commercial & Industrial

  • Marketing & Lead Generation (8:55) 
  • Complementary Services (5:55) 
  • 13 Steps in Solar Panel Cleaning (35:27) 
  • Business License (4:27) 
  • Insurance Policies (14:15) 
  • Contracts (13:50) 
  • Equipment & Robotics (37:35) 
  • Dry Cleaning Solar Panel Cleaning Machinery and Robots (19:36) 
  • Solar Panel Cleaning Machinery Costs 
  • Solar Panel Cleaning Machinery Pros & Cons (20:25) 
  • Complementary Equipment (5:06) 
  • Estimating Costs, Quoting and Bidding (31:51) 
  • Safety 
  • Solar Installation Types 
  • Agrivoltaics & Solar Panel Cleaning (4:17) 
  • PV Coatings 
  • Performance Loss & Quantify the loss due to PV SOILING (6:14) 
  • How are solar panel cleaning events being determined? (5:33) 
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PV Surfaces

  • Core Concepts (4:16) 
  • PV windows 
  • PV Facades 
  • 1st Nailable PV Shingle 

Residential Solar Panel Cleaning

  • Introduction ( 4:26)
  • Introduction to Residential Solar Panel Cleaning (9:47)
  • What is Residential Solar Panel Cleaning?
  • Why Residential Solar Panel Cleaning? (20:32)
  • Monocrystalline vs Polycrystalline (5:42)
  • Residential Install Types (15:33)
  • Residential Solar Panel Cleaning Equipment (22:52)
  • Residential - Water Filtration System (9:28)
  • Residential - Visual Inspection (9:42)
  • Residential - The Process of Cleaning Solar Panels (11:42)
  • Residential - Pricing and Closing Statements (14:01)

Introduction to NextGen PV soiling mitigation

  •  Introduction to NextGen PV Soiling Mitigation (0:59)
  •  Why Should PV Soiling Mitigation begin in the design phase? (3:55)

Closing Statements

  •  Solar Panel Cleaning Industry Dictionary & Nomenclature
  • Closing Statements (3:57)

1st Solar Panel & PV Surface Cleaning School Worldwide

The first solar panel & PV surface cleaning school for the utility-scale, commercial, industrial, and residential segments.

Our course goes beyond cleaning traditional solar panels and includes PV surfaces, facades, and windows

Designed for cleaning entrepreneurs and EPC's interested in offering solar operation and maintenance services.

Created to help a growing sector accelerate their knowledge and professionalize their services.

- Carla Dawson

Utility Scale / Solar Farm Cleaning

Our course is designed primary for the solar farm and commercial cleaning segment. As the world adopts solar, the need for professional solar panel cleaning services grows. Our course focuses on machinery, robotics, technology, process, safety, quoting and bidding and much more.

Commercial, Industrial and Residential
Solar Panel Cleaning

Commercial & Industrial solar panel cleaning is especially challenging due to the wide variety of solar installations in this segment and the diversity in rooftop installations. Learn the equipment, robotics, technologies, and much more

PV Surfaces, Facades and Windows

Solar energy is not limited to a standard panel. Today, facades are being done with PV modules that come in different colors and in 2025 we can expect to see transparent PV windows. Learn how to clean these surfaces and much more.

Solar panel cleaning is growing worldwide.

As the world adopts solar, solar panel cleaning will grow in parallel. Our course is just the beginning of many.

Solar Panel Cleaning Safety Courses and Certification Accredited by NABCEP the Gold Standard in Solar Education.

Job Hazard Analysis



Risk Inspection Analysis

Hierarchy of Controls by NIOSH

Designing solar installations for safety

Anchor Installation

Electrical Risks

  1. Short Circuit
  2. ARC Flash
  3. Leakage
  4. Overheating
  5. Failure
  6. Fires

Non-Electrical Risks

  1. Accessibility
  2. Falls
  3. Ergonomic
  4. Weather Exposure
  5. Wild Life

Exposed Connectors vs Unexposed Connectors

Cleaning Technician and Bystander Electrical Risk

AC Vs DC: Lethality Comparison

When cleaning with Waterfed Poles 

Insulated vs Non-Insulated

  • Test for Electrical Leakage - Merger
  • Test for Combiner Box Faults - Merger
  • Use Electrical Boots
  • Use Insulation on Waterfed Pole + Gloves