IIA Virtual Training will help countries develop a national position for the new nuclear power program

Establishing a national position on nuclear power is an important part of a new nuclear program. During this week’s first-ever IAEA training, organized by the Electric de France (EDF), 21 participants from 15 countries learned about economic and financial aspects to consider when developing such a national position. From countries that build nuclear power plants. … Read more

Argos Schools aims to transform the solar project into a teaching tool – in Indiana business

Argos Schools Aims to Turn Solar Project Into Teaching Tool

(Photo courtesy of Argos Community Schools) The Marshall County School District has completed a multi-million dollar renewable energy project. Argos Community Schools, in partnership with Indianapolis-based Johnson Meloh Solutions, has more than 630 panels, as well as four power inverters and a 65-kW natural gas micro-turbine on a 225-kilowatt roof. Superintendent Ned Speicher said the … Read more

USC Veterby offers two new short courses: “Veterby Vs. Epidemics! ” And “Sustainable Power” – USC Viterbi | School of Engineering

USC Vitterbi Engineering School offers two free tutorials “Viterbi vs. Pandemics! ” It starts. And “lasting power.” Dean Janis Jortos, dean of the USC Whiteby Engineering School, knew this semester was unprecedented. Since the week of September 8, Dean Yartos has been leading the way, not one But two A free talk series designed to … Read more

Ubi Center launches online courses on solar energy technology

Buffalo, New York – As climate change pushes for solar energy technologies, the number of clean energy projects is growing. New online, non-credit courses at the University of Buffalo aim to develop the pipeline. Solar Energy consists of three courses for engineers, architects, and codeholders who explore the basic concepts and mechanics of photovoltaic (PV) … Read more

Ubi Center launches online courses on solar energy technology

Buffalo, New York: Climate change will also increase as climate change makes solar technology more acceptable. New online, non-credit courses from the University of Buffalo aim to develop the pipeline. Solar Power has three courses for engineers, architects and code inspectors exploring the basic concepts and mechanics of photovoltaic (PV) technology. Solar system design explores … Read more

HOMER Energy now offers in-depth software training courses online

HOMER Energy by UL is expanding its training program and incorporating in-depth foundation courses online. This improved training program addresses travel restrictions and continues to educate users on the company’s internationally recognized energy modeling software. Foundation courses help students learn how to design and simulate distributed energy systems using Solar + Storage, Combined Temperature and … Read more

New Engineering ABCS course introduces energy education in Philadelphia high schools

The course will be conducted in collaboration with the Philadelphia Energy Coordinating Agency. Credit: Sukhmani Kaur The School of Engineering and Applied Sciences will offer a new academy-based community service course in Spring 2020 called “Energy Education in Philadelphia Schools.” The course will be conducted in partnership with the Philadelphia Energy Coordinating Agency, which provides … Read more

Free online tutorials for geothermal explorers

Library Computers (source – flickr / UTC Library, Creativity) This great post, shared by Remi Castilla, provides an overview of free online courses for geothermal researchers online. In a shared post on LinkedIN, Remy Castla published a great overview of free online courses related to geothermal search. Republished here with Rami’s permission. Thank you. The … Read more