The Low Emission Technologies and Supply Systems Certificate, which is part of the Sustainable Energy MicroMasters Program and is also offered by EdX in partnership with University of Queensland - UQx, examines electricity generation from traditional sources including coal, gas and nuclear, and describes recent developments to improve efficiency and environmental performance. This includes the use of carbon capture and storage technology as a way of decarbonising electricity. This course also examines carbon intensive industries such as cement, steel making, paper and pulp manufactoring, as well as carbon intensive transportation fuels. You will be exposed to a number of the arguments for and against the use of fossil fuels. The course will help you to understand their role in the transition to a sustainable future and what the trade-offs might include.
This course is part of the Sustainable Energy MicroMasters series . You may take the course as a single course or complete all four courses in the series.
There are two enrolment options: verified enrolment and audit enrolment. If you enrol as a verified learner and successfully complete all four courses and the Capstone Assessment you will qualify for the Sustainable Energy MicroMasters credential .
A Sustainable Energy MicroMasters credential is worthwhile in itself, but, if you wish to continue your studies, the Sustainable Energy MicroMasters credential could be used towards studying the Master of Sustainable Energy at The University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia.
Learners who choose to enrol as verified, will be required to write an assignment, and achieve an overall passing grade of 70% or above in order to receive the downloadable verified certificate.
What you'll learn
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12 weeks, 10 to 12 hours per week
Geoff Bongers - Adjunct Professor, The University of Queensland
Martin Oettinger - Deputy Director, Australian Coal Association Low Emissions Technologies Limited (ACALET)
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