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Free Online Course: Energy Systems Integration

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Free Online Course: Energy Systems Integration

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edX is offering a 5-week online course on Energy Systems Integration. In this course, students will build upon their energy expertise, combining existing knowledge with global and multidisciplinary strategies, and learn to create smart and sustainable integrated energy systems. This course will benefit you if you are a professional in the energy sector or simply have a strong interest in sustainable development as an individual. You will learn to understand how energy systems integration impacts your life, your business or research, and you will discover your potential to contribute to the exciting field of energy systems integration.


Basic knowledge of either:

  • Energy technology: conversion principles, electricity generation types, battery storage, electric transport.
  • Energy policy and markets.
  • Demand response, consumer behavior.

What You'll Learn

  1. Identify the different elements of the energy system, such as power system technology, policy and regulation, energy markets, electromobility, and consumer behavior.
  2. Explain (or give examples of) how each of these elements interacts and contribute to energy systems integration.
  3. Interpret contributions of experts from different disciplines in the energy field, from engineering and economics to behavioral science.
  4. Explain your (potential) role in the framework of energy systems integration.
  5. Apply systems thinking to your field of expertise.

Course Syllabus

  1. Module 1: The first module will define the concept of energy system integration as the coordination of coupling between different dimensions of the energy system. It will illustrate this with specific examples.
  2. Module 2: In the second module, you will learn more about the effects of policy and regulation on other aspects of the energy system; such as on greenhouse gas emissions and on electricity prices.
  3. Module 3: The third module focusses on the evolution of electromobility, raising some questions about public acceptability and how it impacts the electric grid.
  4. Module 4: The fourth module will challenge you to think about future electric power systems all over the world, discussing the possibility of creating infrastructures that are optimal on both technical and socio-economical levels.
  5. Module 5: Finally, the individual consumer is brought into the picture and his/her potential roles in energy system integration are analyzed in detail.


United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Djibouti, Algeria, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Comoros, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Mauritania, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Somalia, Syria, Tunisia, Yemen
Country of residence
Any Country
Both gender

Opportunity Information

Opportunity Targeting
Young Professionals, Anyone Interested
No funding
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Educational Conditions

Required Specialties
Engineering and Technology
Educational Level
No Education Level is Required
Required Languages
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