Accredited by the Energy Institute, and the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers, the course is designed to enable you to develop your knowledge further in a range of areas including carbon management and energy use in the built environment. (Accreditation is reviewed periodically. Successful completion of this course satisfies the academic requirements for registration as a.
Accredited by the Energy Institute, this Energy Management degree provides you with comprehensive knowledge and transferable management skills for the oil and gas, sustainable and renewable energy industries. It offers conceptual and problem-solving skills for addressing the management challenges of sustainable energy sourcing, evaluation, exploitation and application.
Use in an appropriate manner the fundamental scientific laws underlying the operation of a wide range of important renewable and non-renewable energy systems. Recognise and be capable of utilising basic relationships and techniques of energy management for a range of given situations. Explain and present information associated with appraisal and assessment of energy projects. Explain the role.About the course. The University of Hull is leading the way in renewable energies and low carbon futures through Aura and the Energy and Environment Institute.As the renewable energy sector expands there is huge demand for trained individuals to plan, implement and manage renewable energy projects with 27,000 new jobs expected by 2030.As the renewable energy sector continues to grow there is a need for trained individuals to plan, implement and manage new renewable energy projects. This course will provide you with the theoretical and practical tools to place you at the centre of such ventures.
Dissertation Posters 2015; Oil Prices volatility and impact; An Assessment of the Impact of Oil Prices on Economic Rents Collection and Utilisation: A Case Study of Ghana: DORIS EDEM AGBEVIVI: Assessing the Impact of Oil Price Fluctuations on Airfares in Australia: IEVA GREBLIKAITE: The Forecasting Capacity of Futures Contracts for Brent Crude Oil Spot Prices: ALEXANDER KERSEY: How Oil Price.Read More
Second, the thesis finds no evidence for sustained renewable energy equity premia. Furthermore, investments in renewable energy equity are considerably riskier than in fossil fuel energy equity, meaning that renewable energy firms are undergoing a period of high uncertainties related to their business model, low carbon prices, and lacking public and private infrastructure investment (Bohl et.Read More
Curriculum for Master in Energy Management programs includes such topics as principles of energy conservation, instrumentation calibration, monitoring systems and test principles, energy loss inspection procedures, energy conservation techniques and report preparation. Professionals with a Master in Energy Management degree can be employed in a wide range of industries such as engineering.Read More
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The adoption of the UK’s microgeneration tariff in 2010, the phased adoption of the Renewable Heat Incentive from 2011-2014 and introduction of Contracts for Difference from 2014, suggests continued strong support for rapid expansion of renewable energy in the UK. All EU countries are making similar investments and the US, India, China and many other nations are also investing heavily in the.Read More
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of: The nature, practical value and application of energy management as a researched academic discipline, and its concepts, methods and techniques; the constitution and character of specific energy sources specifically Oil, Gas, Renewable and Nuclear Power; the concepts of financial, technical, environmental, social and political management in the energy.Read More
The energy sector covers traditional oil and gas energy companies as well as those focused on renewables, i.e. solar, wind, water and bio-based energy sources such as crops. Many of the main energy providers, like E.ON, EDF, BP and Shell, are now the biggest investors in renewable development.Read More
Wind energy is the main provider of renewable energy and the source that is receiving the majority of investment, making its study vital to energy engineering. This module begins by examining the kinetic energy of moving air and the design of wind turbines to extract this energy. Different turbine designs are briefly examined and comparisons made of their effectiveness. Issues regarding.Read More
The demand for well-educated energy engineers is increasing dramatically, with wide ranging opportunities in the field of renewable energy and energy management generally. Graduates from the Ulster Univerrsity are employed in interesting and diverse careers in fields related to energy both in the UK and worldwide. Many are employed as design consultants, while others have embarked upon careers.Read More
This module provides detailed knowledge of renewable energy power generation using solar PV and Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) technologies, energy storage and distribution after generation of renewable energy. It will also provide you with knowledge in designing and analysing post-generation infrastructure using case studies of the latest technology developments in solar power generation.Read More