This course provides a broad view of the evolving nature of energy and the influence of cost, availability, sustainability, technical advancements, lifestyle, and concern over the environment. Learners get a peek into our energy history, recent technical and societal advancements in clean energy, and some of the more important adjustments we have seen and will continue to see. It includes a discussion of how our energy infrastructure adapts to the changing landscape while managing costs, often deploying a new workforce while providing highly reliable grid power necessary for a robust and competitive economy. Material covers current and future workforce opportunities.
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來自ENERGY: THE ENTERPRISE的熱門評論
Among the four lectures in this series, this course provides possible areas for innovation and research. Take this if you want to gain insights into possible demands in the future.
The conversations and the idea expression is good. This course is best from the complete Specialisation.
I truly enjoyed this specialization and it has prepared me for my future in the energy industry.
A must course for the modern smart future for the electricity nd power industry and consumers
Best course from Energy Production, Distribution & Safety Specialization
smart and refreshing take on energy and the utility business
關於 Energy Production, Distribution & Safety 專項課程