Two New Energy Resilience Courses Open

Two new courses are open for registration in the George Washington University Energy Resilience Certificate program.
How Electricity Markets Work – Learn how retail and wholesale electricity prices are set, how power is procured, how the markets are regulated, and implications for the future, given the greening and modernization of the electricity sector. Taught by Venki Venkateshwara. More information ….
Smita 2019-crop.jpgDecarbonizing Buildings– Green-building concepts extend beyond the walls of structures and include site, community, and land-use planning. Learn how to optimize energy, water, and materials use while reducing impacts on human health and the environment for the entire lifecycle of a building. Taught by Smita Chandra Thomas. More information ….
What is the GWU Energy Resilience Certificate?
The GWU Energy Resilience program is a series of short courses (10 to 12 hours online) for  – busy professionals who need new skills to thrive in a net-zero economy.
Over three hundred professionals like you have taken one or more online courses. We do not believe you can get quick quality education on this range of energy resilience topics anywhere else. (Click the slide for the brochure.)  More about the program …
For 2022, several changes to enhance the student experience. Here are the program highlights.
RegistrationAlways open. Take three months to complete a courseEnergy Resilience Certificate: Take four of seven courses to design your own ERC.Advanced Energy Resilience Certificate: Complete all seven courses for the AERCStudent Engagement Enhancements: Student-only webinars with global energy leaders and new ways to network for business with other professionals in the program. Instructor Webinars: Live sessions for Q&A and engagementCourse Tuition: $550
“Who would not like to be more resilient? Take the courses!” Nelson Lee, Green Sky Sustainability, President
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