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Energy Management

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1950 - 2050: A century of Energy REvolution - understanding the transition of energy systems

TU Berlin Summer & Winter University
Campus Full time July 2017 Germany Berlin

Students interested in the technical and economical aspects of energy and resources. [+]

Best Course Studies in Energy Management in Germany 2017. Summer University block 3: July 24th - August 17th, 2017 Course price: 1.850 Euros 18 hours of class sessions per week, 5 ECTS credit points Target group Students interested in the technical and economical aspects of energy and resources. Learning Goal/Output Understanding energy transitions towards decarbonization on a local and global scale Understanding the political decision-making processes Quantitative methods for assessment of policy decisions Working in a transdisciplinary environment Course Components The course will include the following components: - Interactive classroom-based lectures and discussions - Group work projects and presentations - Quantitative modeling sessions in a computer lab using GAMS (General Algebraic Modeling System) - Guest lectures e.g. from academia, NGOs, think tanks and the political sector - Excursions to conventional (including coal mining), and renewable energy sites Short Description There is no dispute that an average global temperature rise of more than 2°C above pre-industrial levels would lead to severe environmental and economic costs for society. A major challenge in tackling global warming is the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, especially in the electricity sector. The “Energiewende” in Germany proves that a decarbonization of the electricity sector, in combination with a shut-down of all nuclear capacities is (technically) manageable and economically viable. As a result, learning-effects and reduced investment costs enable a market-driven worldwide roll-out of new technologies. In 2014, 144 countries already set renewable targets. As a consequence, the number of global renewable generation installations in 2014, outnumbered the combined number of new fossil and nuclear capacities. This course provides a general understanding of the economic, engineering, and political aspects of energy transitions. Additional insight is gained by guest lectures from practitioners, and field excursions to conventional and renewable energy sites. Prerequisites The course is intended for all students with majors in engineering, economics or political sciences in an advanced phase of their undergraduate or graduate studies. Lecturer(s) Dipl.-Ing. Roman Mendelevitch Dipl.-Ing. Pao-Yu Oei Dipl.-Ing. Jens Weibezahn and guest speakers (academic supervision: Prof. Dr. Christian von Hirschhausen) The lecturers are research associates with the Workgroup for Infrastructure Policy (WIP) at TU Berlin. Roman Mendelevitch and Pao-Yu Oei are also affiliated with DIW Berlin – German Institute for Economic Research. [-]

Energy Efficiency in Power Generation and Refrigeration

TU Berlin Summer & Winter University
Campus Full time 4 weeks June 2017 Germany Berlin

The course will cover the following topics: power generation and refrigeration, actual status and perspectives; efficient use of primary energy sources; methods to estimate energy efficiency and methods to improve energy efficiency; sustainable energy supply. [+]

Block 1: June 12th - July 6th, 2017 Course price: 1.850 Euros 18 hours of class sessions per week, 5 ECTS credit points Topic Engineering: Energy efficiency in power generation and refrigeration. Target group This is a course for students and practicing engineers, who want to gain practical insights into energy efficiency and the methods to improve it. Learning Goal/Output After completion of this course, participants will have acquired the invaluable skills needed to deeply understand energy conversion and to develop concepts for efficiency improvement, including: Creative thinking in the fields of power generation and refrigeration. Application of modern tools. Selection of sustainable solutions. Course Components The course will include the following components: Classroom-based lectures Group work projects Short Description The course will cover the following topics: power generation and refrigeration, actual status and perspectives; efficient use of primary energy sources; methods to estimate energy efficiency and methods to improve energy efficiency; sustainable energy supply. The exergy analysis, which is a modern tool of applied thermodynamics, will be presented in detail (theory and applications). Participants will have the opportunity to work in a group project: identifying the efficiency of various power generation and refrigeration systems and exploring possibilities to improve it. This topic will address new innovative scientific and practical approaches that are of interest to energy-related industries, including consulting companies. Prerequisites The general prerequisites of the TU Berlin Summer University are: at least one year of university experience + English level B2 or equivalent. Participants should have successfully completed an introductory university course in classical (applied, or engineering) thermodynamics. Lecturer(s) Prof. Dr. Tetyana Morozyuk (Institute for Energy Engineering, Faculty III) Professor Morozyuk is instated at the TU Berlin in the Institute for Energy Engineering, Faculty III. She has over twenty years of experience and related teaching experience in the fields of refrigeration and over ten years in the field of energy engineering and applied thermodynamics, particularly exergy-based methods. Her research interests include the development of energy, cost, and environmentally effective energy conversion technologies. Prof. Dr.-Ing. Georgios Tsatsaronis (Institute for Energy Engineering, Faculty III) Professor Tsatsaronis is instated at the TU Berlin, in the Institute for Energy Engineering, Faculty III. He has over forty years of experience and related educational background in the fields of; combustion technology, exergy-based methods, development, design, simulation and analysis of energy-conversion processes, optimization of the design and operation of energy systems, and power plant technology. He has been the principal investigator on research projects sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy, the U.S. Electric Power Research Institute, the German Research Foundation, the European Union, and three German Ministries as well as other organizations, engineering companies, and electric utilities. Teaching Assistants Mrs. Stefanie Tesch is teaching assistant and PhD student of the chair “Exergy-based methods for refrigeration machines” at the Techniche Universität Berlin. She studied “Energie- und Verfahrenstechnik” at Techniche Universität Berlin, Germany, and received her Master degree in the year 2013. Her field of interest is regasification of LNG using the approach of an industrial complex. Mr. Saeed Sayadi is research associate and PhD student at the chair “Energy Engineering and protection of the Environment”. After receiving his Bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering at K.N.T. University of Technology in Tehran, he worked for almost 4 years as a project engineer in the field of design and optimization of thermal power plants. He did his Master studies in Process, Energy and Environmental Systems Engineering (PEESE) at the Techniche Universität Berlin. His actual research area includes implementation of exergy-based methods in the control systems, especially for heating, cooling and air conditioning systems. [-]

Course - Skills for a Green Future

Winterline Global Skills
Campus Full time 12 weeks September 2017 Germany Munich

Want a future that is both exciting and meaningful? Welcome to the new energy economy! In this program, you’ll learn skills you can use for a course of study, a future career or simply as a conscientious, energy-efficient citizen. See firsthand how countries like Germany and Austria are embracing energy efficiency. Calculate your environmental impact. Install solar panels. Discover smart cities, smart buildings, smart cars. Build a tiny house. Learn to construct a greywater system, install a wood stove, retrofit a home. [+]

Best Course Studies in Energy Management in Germany 2017. Skills for a Green Future SEPTEMBER 5 – NOVEMBER 30, 2017 US, UK, Germany, Austria Want a future that is both exciting and meaningful? Welcome to the new energy economy! In this program, you’ll learn skills you can use for a course of study, a future career or simply as a conscientious, energy-efficient citizen. See firsthand how countries like Germany and Austria are embracing energy efficiency. Calculate your environmental impact. Install solar panels. Discover smart cities, smart buildings, smart cars. Build a tiny house. Learn to construct a greywater system, install a wood stove, retrofit a home. And learn to take action, to drive green solutions through leadership, collaboration and teamwork. The future is green – find your place in it. Skills Highlights: Zero-waste design Off-grid energy Construction & building design Wind technology Data collection Smart urban design Partners (partial list): MIT Senseable City Lab Centre for Appropriate Technology PROGRAM EMPHASIS Energy technologies & sustainability DATES Sept 5 - Nov 30, 2017 DURATION 12 weeks COUNTRIES USA, UK, Germany, Austria ACCOMMODATIONS Hostels, dorms DEPARTURE CITY New York, NY RETURN CITY Boston, MA AGES 18-22 PROGRAM FEE $26,500 [-]

Postgraduates / Executive Summer Program - Energy Management Track

Grenoble Ecole de Management
Campus Part time 10 days

The objective of this Energy Management course is to present the major contemporary energy challenges and to analyze the innovative answers proposed by private actors and public regulators to face these challenges. [+]

Postgraduates / Executive Summer Program - Energy Management Track

 

The objective of this course is to present the major contemporary energy challenges and to analyze the innovative answers proposed by private actors and public regulators to face these challenges.

 

In fact new products, new services and new actors are emerging and changing the shape of competition in many energy markets, changing the business models of energy companies now competing for energy efficient solutions. The energy policy is also playing a crucial role using regulation and market design to orient and organize competition in energy markets. This course provides an analysis of these evolutions using various examples and cases of business innovations and incentive regulations. It discusses and explores what future trends might be in the light of all these changes.... [-]