Choosing the Best Renewable Energy Solutions
WHO IS IT FOR
This course is aimed at personnel and consultants who need to make an informed decision on which renewable energy technology will meet their specific needs or the needs of their clients.
Discover the advantages of zero carbon, low carbon energy sources and their applications.
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Edinburgh Napier University
29th - 30th September 2017, Edinburgh Napier University
OR Start the course today: Distance Learning with live tutorial and online remote exam - Click here to visit the online Academy
Introduction of the module and overview of the different renewable technologies
Government incentive, ROC, FIT, RHI
Choosing the best renewable energy options
Benefits, applications and case studies for each technology:
Renewable Energy Technologies: Solar Geometry, Solar Chimneys, Solar Wall, Natural Ventilation, Passive Solar Heating House/ Design, Earth Duct, Solar Water Heating, Photovoltaic, Wind Technology, Biomass Heating, Hydro Electricity
Other Energy Saving Technologies: GSHP, UTES, Geometry, CHP, Tri Generation, Fuel Cell, Light pipe
Review of each technology – questions & answer session
Payback time considerations
Combining renewable energy technologies
"The course covered a good balance of breadth and depth in various types of renewable technologies."
- UK Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, Principal Research Officer - Fraser MacLeod
Certificate of Participation provided.
GALILEO MASTER CERTIFICATE (GMC)
Internationally recognised: provided to successful candidates of exam (administrative cost for sitting the exam £45 + VAT)
£450 (£540 inc VAT) Course + Certificate of Participation
Part-funding may be available, enquire by completing the form below
LEGO - Andrew McMullen:
"I gained a good background to all renewable technologies, and there were good real world examples included in the course."
In association with
of Water and Environmental Management
The European Energy Centre is pleased to work with the
Energy Technology Partnership (ETP), an alliance of
Scottish universities engaged in world class energy research.
This course covers RETScreen, a software tool that is
used to analyse the viability of energy projects.
International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) - Karan Sehgal:
"I liked the atmosphere of the course: relaxed, easy to intervene and discuss with the lecturer."