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Introduction to Energy Systems

This course provides a comprehensive overview of energy systems, exploring various sources, conversion technologies, and their impacts on the environment and society. Students will develop a foundational understanding of energy fundamentals, including renewable and non-renewable resources, energy conversion processes, and energy efficiency principles. Through lectures, discussions, and practical exercises, students will analyze the challenges and opportunities associated with different energy sources and their implications for sustainable development.

Course Objectives:

  • Understand the fundamental concepts of energy and its role in society.

  • Analyze the environmental, social, and economic impacts of different energy sources.

  • Explore various energy conversion technologies and their efficiencies.

  • Evaluate the sustainability and feasibility of renewable and non-renewable energy sources.

  • Develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills to address energy-related challenges.


This course is suitable for undergraduate students majoring in environmental science, engineering, economics, or related fields. It may also appeal to professionals seeking to broaden their understanding of energy systems and sustainability.

By the end of this course, students will gain a holistic understanding of energy systems, enabling them to critically evaluate energy-related issues and contribute to sustainable energy solutions in their respective fields.

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