Lecture Details

Sustainable energy is a topic of great importance from two perspectives:

(1) Energy impact on climate change; and
(2) The finite supply of currently used energy resources

This series of lectures will address the various forms of sustainable energy, their fundamental principles, and their ability to supply energy requirements to specific demands. Learning objectives will be the development of competence to quantitatively assess the impact of various forms of sustainable energy and their ability to satisfy the energy budget of various entities, including different countries.

Lecture Dates: Tuesdays from 6:00 – 8:00pm; September 8th – October 6th (5 Sessions)

Lecture Textbook: ‘Sustainable Energy Without the Hot Air’ by David JC McKay (available as a free online download)

Continuing Education Units: Participating students will have the opportunity to earn Continuing Education Units (CEUs). More details on CEU requirements and next steps will be available on the learning management system (D2L) course page.

Lecture Faculty:
Dean Yannis C. Yortsos


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