This course is suitable for individuals from an engineering, finance, marketing, project development or product design perspective who would like to learn more about how Blockchain will affect the Renewable Energy Industry.
Managers and directors intending to invest in the renewable energy sector.
The University of London
Contact us to book your place
9th - 10th April 2019, University of LondonEnquire now
Energy and emissions strategy planning
Energy and emissions engineering & financial calculations
Financing energy and emissions projects – overview
Blockchain applications in energy
Blockchain applications in emissions
Energy and emissions P2P trading via DLT
Blockchain compliance issues
Development of a Blockchain approach to energy and emissions projects
Blockchain marketing plan
An ICO? Subsequent finance raising
Certificate of Participation provided.
On successful completion of this course, participants are eligible to sit the Exam for the:
The internationally recognised Galileo Master Certificate (GMC) has been achieved by participants worldwide for over 40 years, from organisations such as Coca Cola, Mitsubishi, United Nations UNDP, Siemens, Cambridge University, Oxfam GB, Tesco, the Royal Air Force, Ferrero, Honeywell and many more.
£742 £530 (£636 inc VAT) Course + Certificate of Participation
£796 £575 (£690 inc VAT) Course + Certificate of Participation + Exam for Galileo Master Certificate
Limited part-funding available, enquire by completing the form below
“The course integrated finance, economics, blockchain and P2P; the new concepts in the course will be very valuable in my professional and academic career. I enjoyed all aspects of the course and the instructor was great”
- University College London - Patrick Osborne
"I have benefitted professionally from this course and I will apply the skills I gained at work! The topic was covered deeply from multiple angles and the interactions with participants was good"
- Hitachi Europe - Efrain Eduardo Tamayo Ruiz
"I gained a deeper knowledge of Blockchain and will use these skills to help a new start-up develop this technology"
- Engie - Adrien Djeraouane