MOOC Energy Transition

ENERGY TRANSITION SELECTION 2022-23

Level: Introductory
Duration: 2–4 hours
Access: Seasonal free
WHY CHOOSE THIS PROGRAM

This selection of 10 topics focuses on decarbonization - a key element of the energy transition to come.
You will discover the economical, georesources & process management aspect of it.

Speakers are mostly professors from IFP School, but you will also see videos from IFP Energies nouvelles specialists & PhD students.

ENERGY TRANSITION SELECTION 2022-23 WILL BE AVAILABLE UNTIL MARCH 31ST.

FOR WHO

Students and young professionals who are willing to attend IFP School.
Professionals of the energy & industry sectors who want an introduction to the Energy Transition issue.

Content

Introducing the platform & module

Introduction - Energy transition challenges

Webinars with IFP School

Topic 1 - Renewables for electricity generation in a carbon constrained world

Topic 2 - Underground ressources: geothermal power & natural gas

Topic 3 - Underground CO2 Storage and Energy Storage

Topic 4 - Energy Efficiency in processes, bio-sourced chemicals & biofuels

MOOC Forums

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TOPICS

Renewable energies

OBJECTIVES

The objective of this online course is to understand the technical concepts and innovation challenges of a decarbonized energy mix to mitigate climate change impacts associated with global warming.

Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:

  • State on the world energy context and its expected evolution considering the energy transition challenges to meet sustainability in development;
  • Demonstrate the advantages of a sustainable energy mix based on the development of renewable sources of energy and natural gas, in order to achieve carbon neutrality by the end of the century; 
  • Analyze associated limitations and justify innovative mitigation solutions based on the development of underground storage capacities for emitted CO2 and energy from renewables. Describe how these options can be deployed in time;
  • Demonstrate the importance of energy efficiency in processes, the advantage of new generation of biofuels regarding induced CO2 abatements and describe selected technical solutions.