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Energy in Transition

Updated: Aug 30, 2022

Typically based on 4 x 3 hour sessions for online training.

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Course objectives – is this for you?

This course is intended for those in business, commercial and strategically focused roles, including those responsible for environmental matters, sustainability and business development planning.

You will leave with a clearly explained and independent high-level perspective on how both technological advances and low-carbon policies are transforming the energy landscape. You will be better placed to 'join the dots' of the energy transition, by appreciating where and how major trends such as electrification, clean fuels and carbon capture coexist or compete. You will be able to see through narrow, single-focus viewpoints and instead understand the quantitative and qualitative factors which will determine both opportunities and risks for your business as the clean energy transition progresses.


Session 1: Energy mix trends and restructuring pathways

An essential and up-to-date review of the key data and trends which illustrate the realities of the energy transition, along with a critical analysis of the different pathways that could lead towards 'net zero' energy systems.

Session 2: Electrification: options and limits

A clear analysis of the proposed routes to 'electrify everything', along with a realistic assessment of the barriers to scale and speed in achieving this. Illustrated with a particular focus on transport electrification.

Session 3: Clean fuels: options and challenges

Understand the options which exist at the limits to electrification, including hydrogen as a fuel, fuels derived from clean hydrogen, and their competition with the bioenergy sector.

Session 4: Fossil fuels with carbon capture

A discussion of the prospects for continued fossil fuel extraction and usage, with their impacts offset through carbon capture, utilisation and/or storage; including a hype-free market and competitive assessment.

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