Our Courses on Energy Transition
The world is transitioning to renewables, electricity based technologies, carbon-free and intelligent energy systems. Among others, the UN aims to ensure access to affordable, reliable and modern energy for all. These developments and goals raise the need for high quality education on a vast scale, and urgently.
From 14 January 2022 onwards, TU Delft celebrates its 180th anniversary. To mark the occasion, we want to highlight our role in the energy transition. Ongoing research, new initiatives and labs, collaborations, educating engineers for a sustainable world: all are efforts geared to accelerate the energy transition. Read more about the university's activities related to the energy transition in 2022.
Internationally, the next generation of students, professionals and teachers need (re)training to refresh, update and upscale their knowledge to keep pace. Online education is key in this – it helps in getting learners worldwide up to speed with the developments and major changes in the energy sector and it trains the sector in various technology and engineering skills.
Energy Transition is one of the leading themes in the Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) online education portfolio. Our energy-related courses and programs bring the benefits of state-of-the-art engineering knowledge and skills to lifelong learners and industry professionals who are interested in facilitating and working in the energy transition.
Interested in contributing to the energy transition?
Start your journey here! Enroll in one of our introductory MOOCs shown below or scroll and choose from our list of programs and courses on energy-related topics:
Designing a Climate Neutral World: An IntroductionMitigation of climate change is one of the most important challenges of our times. Learn about climate change strategies and the basic tools used for evaluating alternative options for mitigating greenhouse gas emissions.
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Sustainable Energy: Design A Renewable FutureA transition to sustainable energy is needed for our climate and welfare. In this engineering course, you will learn how to assess the potential for energy reduction and the potential of renewable energy sources like wind, solar and biomass.
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