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Energy is a topic of great importance for today’s society. Subjects like solar energy, hybrid vehicles, nuclear power, and renewable energy appear frequently in news reports. The [course_title] is designed to provide you with a deeper understanding of the complexities of energy markets. It will provide an overview of the basic ideas related to the concept of energy. Basic physical principles are explained, and some historical background is provided, along with the discussion of energy-related technology.


This course does not involve any written exams. Students need to answer 5 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer needs to be 200 words (1 Page). Once the answers are submitted, the tutor will check and assess the work.


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Course Credit: Open Culture 

Course Curriculum

Module 01:
Scenarios of the Global Climate Energy System 00:58:00
Wind, Water and Sunlight 00:58:00
Low-Energy Building: European Design and Control 00:56:00
California’s Low-Carbon Fuel Standard 00:55:00
Japan and the Future of Nuclear Energy 01:11:00
The Status of Concentrating Solar Power Development 00:59:00
Stanford’s Energy Story: Present and Future 01:12:00
Transportation and Climate Change 01:05:00
Global Cookstove Problems 01:00:00
Renewable Power Entrepreneurship 00:55:00
Canada’s Oil Sands, Warts and All 01:00:00
Module 02:
Energy Lessons from the Heartland 00:37:00
Solar Geoengineering to Manage Climate 01:02:00
Cap and Trade in California 00:58:00
The Gulf Oil Spill: Where Did All the Oil Go? 00:57:00
New York and Climate Change 01:02:00
AB32 and Proposition 23 01:03:00
Precourt Institute for Energy at Stanford: The Grand Challenge 00:58:00
The Energy Innovation Ecosystem 01:10:00
Climate Change and Global Prosperity 00:50:00
Does Biochar Deliver Carbon-Negative Energy? 00:59:00
Nuclear Regulation in Our Era 00:59:00
Module 03:
Global Transition to Electric Vehicles 00:55:00
Nuclear Power: How, Why, Barriers 00:58:00
Making Large Scale Solar Work 01:03:00
Fuels from Sunlight Using Nano-Materials 01:02:00
Consumer Responses to Electric Vehicles 01:03:00
The Way Forward with Electric Drive 01:16:00
The Future of EVs 00:55:00
China’s Influence on Solar Energy 00:47:00
COP15 and the Stanford Student Experience 00:57:00
The Energy Challenge and the Case for Fusion 01:02:00
Module 04:
Controlling Climate Change After Copenhagen 00:55:00
More Than 50% Wind on the Grid 00:56:00
Transmission Siting Issues 00:57:00
U.S. Shale Gas 01:03:00
Demystifying and De-Jargoning the Smart Grid 01:01:00
Global Climate Architectural Policy 00:56:00
Communicating Climate Science in a Changing Media Landscape 01:02:00
Solar Energy at Scale 00:59:00
Solar Cell Technology in 2009 and Beyond 01:04:00
Solar Photovoltaic Installation and Financing 00:51:00
Module 05:
Economic Analysis of the Solar Industry 00:50:00
Sustainable Energy Systems: Scale, Tradeoffs, and Co-Benefits 01:04:00
U.S. Energy Future: Transportation Fuels 01:12:00
Greenhouse Gas Emissions From Oil Substitutes 00:55:00
Carbon Sequestration & Natural Gas Extraction 00:54:00
LIFE: Laser Initial Fusion Energy System 00:55:00
Adaptation to Climate Change 00:52:00
Benefits of a Restructured Electric Industry 01:04:00
Killers Apps for the Smart Grid 00:49:00
Renewable Energy and the Economy 00:59:00
Module 06:
Global Coal Market 00:52:00
Nuclear Sustainability and Climate Change 00:54:00
Sequestering CO2 in the Built Environment 00:58:00
A Pathway for Widespread Geothermal Energy 00:58:00
Smart Grids & Decarbonizing the Power Sector 00:45:00
Renewable Ocean Energy Conversion Systems 00:56:00
Sustainable Aviation 00:57:00
New Ways for Regulating Greenhouse Gases 00:56:00
The Real Story on Fuel Economy 01:01:00
Solar Thermal Power 00:58:00
Module 07:
Nanomaterials for Batteries & Energy Storage 00:52:00
Marine Energy Technology: Waves and Currents 01:00:00
William McDonough on Eco-Friendly Design 01:12:00
Advanced Molecular Photovoltaics 00:55:00
Equitable Climate Solutions: Stephen Pacala 00:59:00
The Future of Oil 01:04:00
Evaluating Energy Solutions to Climate Change 00:59:00
Overcoming the Resource Curse 00:53:00
The New Geopolitics of Energy 00:58:00
Submit Your Assignment 00:00:00
Certification 00:00:00

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