British Columbia Institute of Technology – Introduction to Community Energy and Emissions Planning, CESA 5210
Online course, February 14 – March 23, 2018
This course provides an introduction to sources of renewable energy for heat and power and how they can support sustainability, energy and greenhouse gas management goals across the community. Students will be able to identify sources of renewable energy for heat and power and how they fit into the community energy and emissions planning process. Students will be able to move from project concept to implementation and work with consultants to develop pre-feasibility and feasibility studies. Students will be able to explain factors affecting project viability, outline issues that may arise during project planning and implementation and identify project planning and construction funding sources.
CESA 5110 or CESA 5850 (or equivalent from previous offerings of SEMAC Program)
Date: Wednesdays, February 14 – March 23, 2018
Time: 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Learning Units (LUs): 7.5 Core
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