Waterman Posted March 23 Share Posted March 23 On 8/13/2022 at 10:04 PM, dickson said: I'd like to see the resumes and other documented technical achievments ......... Since I posted eariler I have to say making and selling off-grid inverter need no resume as anyone can do it with parts from China . IF the inverter is connected to be grid-tie then a lawyer degree and a engineering degree will be helpful in case of lawsuit or user miss connection L1 N L2 and ground . I have a electronic degree and construction contractor licence but I never want to fight with the utility that have all the power in the USA . My relative are also lawyers . I am retired . BYE . School of hard knocks, AA degree, former Maintenance Mechanic for the State of Florida ( If it breaks, fix it/ if it doesn't exist, build it/ if it never has existed, design it/ if it exists but doesn't do the job as needed, modify it and all other assigned duties across all fields( electrical, electronics, construction, welding, mechanical, plumbing, HVAC )) , certified Detroit 71 series engine overhaul/tuneups, OSHA Operations Level First Responder, Chief Operator for Pump Stations ( Flood Control ), crew member on a private railroad passenger car, qualified as crew member by Seaboard Systems Railroad to operate on the local branch as Diesel Engineer, Fireman, Conductor, CDL holder till 2 years ago. Dad served 25 years in the Navy in the electronics field and 18 years with the local power company so that is where I got my basics from. And I too am retired and it will be 20 years this year, 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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