Cristiano Crisóstomo da Silva holds a master's degree in energy from the Institute of Energy and Environment of the University of São Paulo (IEE-USP); he is an electrical engineer graduated from the University of Mogi das Cruzes (UMC). He works as a professor of technical education at the Paula Souza Center (CPS) - State Technical School (Etec) Presidente Vargas - in technical courses in Industrial Automation; Electronics and Electrotechnics and teaches as a professor of higher education at UMC, in the courses of Civil Engineering and Electrical Engineering. He provides training in the area of photovoltaic solar energy for teachers of Etecs and Fatecs of the CPS. He also participates in the working group - curriculum laboratory - for the elaboration and reformulation of CPS technical course plans. He works as an electrical engineer in the company Energia Eletro Ursolar elaborating projects and executing installations of photovoltaic micro solar plants connected to the grid, company based in Mogi das Cruzes - SP.
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