"Energy transition: innovation towards a low carbon future".
After a successful first edition in 2019 (nearly 26 000 participants from 130 countries, 19.3% certification rate), IFP School is launching as of January 27th the second 2020 edition of the MOOC* entitled "Energy transition: innovation towards a low carbon future".
This course is designed to help participants understand the challenges of the energy transition, using the Paris Agreement global warming scenario as its main reference. It discusses energy demand and supply, renewables for electricity generation in a carbon constraint world and underground resources (geothermal and natural gas).
It also looks at innovations available to meet this challenge, including carbon capture and storage, energy storage, energy efficiency, biofuels and bio-sourced chemicals (see detailed program attached).
For this second edition, this MOOC is available in english with subtitles, and evaluation mini games are in english, french and spanish.
Fostering access to free and high quality education for all throughout the world, this course is supported by Total Foundation as part of its commitment to "Youth Inclusion and Education".
It uses the usual format of the MOOCs developed by IFP School - a 5 week course of 2 to 3 hours per week, forums, bonuses and free certification.
It is aimed at a university audience (from 1st year) and young professionals.
When and how to register?The Energy transition IFP MOOC will start on January 27th but registrations are already opened right here.
(*) MOOC = Massive Open On line Course
Course program, PDF 581 KB