The George Washington University’s Energy Resilience Certificate (ERC)
Courses are 10 to 12 hours, self-paced online, No prerequisites
|Understanding energy systems is essential for organizations to thrive as the world accelerates toward a net-zero emissions economy. GWU’s Energy Resilience Certificate Program gives you the energy skills to rapidly advance your career in this transition. Learn more in the video with the GWU instructors.||Download the flyer|
|Students Receive |
Ten to twelve hours of self-paced video instruction
Instructor webinars of instructor for summaries, Q&A, and guest speakers
A Certificate of completion for each course
The ERC for completing any four courses and the AERC for seven courses
Lifetime access to private online events, jobs alerts, and networking
More about courses & registration —— Download the Brochure
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The Energy Resilience Courses $550 per course
|Meet the Instructors|
Joseph is the author of Resilient by Design, the seminal book on the topic, and co-founder of the Center for Resilience at The Ohio State University.
For over a decade, Jimmy has specialized in creating strategies for corporations, governments, and non-profits that advance their mission and vision while reducing their impacts on the planet.
Electric Vehicle Markets
Julian with more than 20 years of experience helping the federal government address energy and environmental challenges and is an expert on federal fleet management and energy policy.
Smita Chandra Thomas
Smita is a senior green building consultant to IFC (World Bank), and is a LEED Accredited Professional (AP) and Certified Passive House Consultant (CPHC).
A long-time energy consultant Venki has worked at the world’s leading management consulting firms, including McKinsey & Company, Charles River Associates, and FTI Consulting.
Renewable Energy Finance
Stratos has worked in 80 countries on energy projects for the International Finance Corporation and other organizations.
|Payman Dehghanian Smart Energy Systems and Cybersecurity|
An Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at George Washington University, Payman is an expert in power system reliability and electrical cybersecurity.