Foundations of Green Energy

Foundations of Green Energy

$395.00Price

Semester A is the first part of a two-semester course designed to help you learn about the science, technologies, and careers in the rapidly growing and evolving energy industry, with special emphasis on electrical energy and new and emerging energy technologies. The course is designed to address state standards related to STEM studies in energy. The course content is aligned to the Energy Industry Fundamentals Certificate Program (EIFCP) standards developed by the Center for Energy Workforce Development (CEWD). The course consists of four units:  • Unit 1 – You'll learn about conventional and renewable energy sources as well as emerging alternative energy sources.  • Unit 2 – You'll review basic electricity concepts such as voltage, current, resistance, power, energy, AC and DC power, Ohm’s law, and the power formula. • Unit 3 – You'll learn about different electric power generation systems, including thermal, nuclear, hydroelectric, wind, and solar photovoltaic systems. • Unit 4 – You'll focus on careers in the energy industry.  

 

Semester B is the second part of a two-semester course designed to help you learn about the science, technologies, and careers in the rapidly growing and evolving energy industry, with special emphasis on electrical energy and new and emerging energy technologies.  The course is designed to address state standards related to STEM studies in energy. The course content is aligned to the Energy Industry Fundamentals Certificate Program (EIFCP) standards developed by the Center for Energy Workforce Development (CEWD). The course consists of three units:  • Unit 1 – You'll discuss electric power generation from conventional energy sources including crude oil, natural gas, coal, nuclear energy, and hydropower, and explore careers in each of these fields.  • Unit 2 – You'll discuss clean, renewable, and alternative energy sources, including solar, wind, bioenergy, and geothermal; and emerging energy sources such as ocean waves, algal fuels, clean coal, IGCC, biodegradable materials, and waste-to-energy processes. • Unit 3 - You'll explore workers' health and safety. You'll also describe cyberattacks, energy system resilience, and careers in energy security. 

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