Energy Transition and Renewables
Resource Economist provides courses on the Energy Transition including renewable energies such as solar, wind and geothermal, energy storage and future fuels such as hydrogen, biofuels and nuclear. This is the most dynamic growth area for jobs in energy, and relevant to both investors and entrepreneurs entering the industry as well as experienced professionals in traditional energies who want to re-envision their pathway in energy. High-level courses on the economics of renewables are provided by Peter Stewart, while in-depth courses on specific technologies are delivered through associates. Peter set up the monthly Power Fuels Tracker for Interfax, providing analysis of fuel substitution trends and the economics of competing fuels for the power sector including comparisons of the economics of coal, gas and renewables.
To contact Peter please send a text to his mobile phone: +44 7703 341 529.
The 4-day course Energy Fundamentals explains the value chain from upstream to downstream for fossil fuel and renewables, and examines how renewable forms of energy fit in to the overall energy supply-demand picture.