We’re excited to announce that the GSES bridging course for battery storage endorsement is now available! We’ve endeavoured to produce a course that is efficient[...]Read More about GSES Battery Storage Bridging Course
After years in the making, GSES is pleased to announce that we have three approved SAPS courses, comprising Design Only, Install only and finally Design[...]Read More about NEW Stand-Alone Power Systems (SAPS) courses!!
Stand-Alone Power Systems (SAPS) have been an alternative and a solution for many decades to power devices, telecommunications, buildings and communities that experience practical or[...]Read More about The Growing Potential of Stand-Alone Power Systems
This is an extension course developed principally for engineers, CEC accredited designers or those who hold equivalent basic electrical units and wish to get hands[...]Read More about Introduction to Installation Best Practices – Form for expressing interest
We are changing the way we are doing things and how we offer our knowledge to our audience; we want to ensure that GSES students and[...]Read More about GSES+ The New Online Training Platform for the Renewable Energy Industry!
The latest version of the Australian and New Zealand Standard: Electrical Installations “Wiring Rules” (AS/NZS 3000:2018) has now been published, and will supersede AS/NZS 3000:2007.[...]Read More about Wiring Rules AS NZS 3000:2018 – Key Updates to the Standard and What They Mean for Installers
George Bernard Shaw wrote “Those who can, do. Those who can’t, teach” in his 1903 play “Man and Superman”. This quote has been widely used[...]Read More about Those who can, do…and they should also teach
In an electrical network, an earthing system is a safety measure which protects human life and electrical equipment. As earthing systems differ from country to[...]Read More about Getting down to earth: Earthing explained
The draft of amendments to AS/NZS 5033:2014 Installation and safety requirements for photovoltaic (PV) arrays was released for public comment in early February 2018. The[...]Read More about AS/NZS 5033 amendment drafts out for comments: What are the changes?