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Acquire the most complete knowledge in energy management of organizations and analyze the new scenario from the best specialists in this area"
Fossil fuels, extraction, generation and associated environmental impacts will be analyzed. And aspects of electricity, renewable energy sources and nuclear energy will be covered.
The processes of energy transformation and distribution will be explained in detail, as well as the equipment required to carry out the transformation and distribution and how these processes affect the final energy consumed.
The current energy regulatory framework will be reviewed, focusing on the adaptation of European directives to the national market (Spain). Environmental impact assessment and climate change adaptation strategies are also covered.
By completing and passing the assessments on this program, the student will obtain a solid knowledge of the rules and regulations to be applied in relation to environmental and energy management in organizations. A complete, high-intensity program, which will allow students to incorporate into practice the most up-to-date knowledge in this field of work. A highly interesting subject due to its current relevance and the mandatory integration of the standards that will be studied in the Postgraduate Diploma.
With an approach focused on efficiency, this program has been created to allow students to optimize their efforts and achieve the best learning results in the shortest possible time. In addition, as it is a 100% online Postgraduate Diploma, the student is not constrained by fixed timetables or the need to move to another physical location, but can access the contents at any time of the day, balancing their professional or personal life with their academic life.
A high quality Postgraduate Diploma that will boost the professional in their practice in the environmental and energy management sector"
This Professional Master’s Degree contains the most complete and up-to-date educational program on the market. The most important features of the specialization are:
- Practical cases presented by experts in Environmental and Energy Management in Organizations
- The graphic, schematic, and eminently practical contents with which they are created, provide scientific and practical information on the disciplines that are essential for professional practice.
- Practical exercises where self-assessment can be used to improve learning.
- Its special emphasis on innovative methodologies
- Theoretical lessons, questions to the expert, debate forums on controversial topics, and individual reflection assignments
- Content that is accessible from any fixed or portable device with an Internet connection
A compendium of the highest value, which includes, in a totally up-to-date way, the regulatory reality that defines the application of the different energy alternatives"
Supported by excellent multimedia content, developed with the latest educational technology, this Postgraduate Diploma will provide the professional with situated and contextual learning, i.e., study in a simulated environment that will provide immersive learning programmed to train in real situations.
This program is designed around Problem Based Learning, whereby the professional must try to solve the different professional practice situations that arise during the academic year. For this purpose, the professional will be assisted by an innovative interactive video system, developed by renowned and experienced experts in Environmental and Energy Management in Organizations
The best audiovisual systems in the educational market, to provide you with an immersive learning experience.
A 100% online Postgraduate Diploma that will allow you to combine your studies with your professional work with maximum organizational flexibility.
The syllabus of this Postgraduate Diploma includes all the contents required to achieve a broad and up-to-date knowledge of energy management tools and the suitability of their application. A program specifically created to provide our students with a continuous process of skills improvement that will boost their real capacity for intervention.
An intensive journey through all the areas of knowledge you need to become an expert in this field"
Module 1. Energy management tools
1.1. Energy Regulatory Framework
1.1.1. European Energy Efficiency Directive
1.1.2. Transpositions of the Directive to the National Market
1.1.3. Main Energy Regulations
1.2. Regulatory Inspections
1.2.1. Air Conditioning Inspections
1.2.2. High/Low Voltage Inspections
1.2.3. Other Regulatory Inspections
1.3. Energy Audits
1.3.1. Conducting an Energy Audit Identification of Improvement Opportunities
1.3.2. UNE EN 16247-1: 2012
1.3.3. Royal Decree 56/2016
1.4. Energy Simulation tools
1.4.1. Light Simulations
1.4.2. Air Conditioning Simulations
1.4.3. Building Energy Demand Simulations
1.5. Supply Management: Monitoring
1.5.1. Types of Monitoring
1.5.2. Energy Management Platforms
1.5.3. Fundamental Equipment
1.6. Energy Services
1.6.1. Energy Services
1.6.2. Energy Services Companies
1.6.3. Types of Contracts
1.7.1. Calculating Savings Avoided Cost and Standardized Savings Models
1.7.2. Options A, B, C and D
1.7.3. Establishing Baselines
1.8. Energy Efficiency Master Plans
1.8.1. Methodology for Preparing a Master Plan
1.8.2. Management Models
1.8.3. Energy Efficiency within a Master Plan
1.9. Asset Management
1.9.1. What is Asset Management?
1.9.2. ISO 55001 Asset Management
1.9.3. Benefits of Implementing Asset Management
1.10. Grants and Subsidies
1.10.1. European Grants and Subsidies
1.10.2. National Grants and Subsidies
1.10.3. Regional Grants and Subsidies
Module 2. Energy sources
2.1. Fossil Fuels
2.1.2. Natural Gas
2.2.2. Electricity Generation
2.2.3. Uses of Electricity
2.3. Nuclear Energy
2.3.1. Nuclear Energy
2.3.2. Nuclear Power Plants
2.3.3. Environmental Opportunities
2.3.4. Environmental Risks
2.3.5. Nuclear Waste Treatment
2.4. Solar Energy
2.4.1. Electricity Generation
2.4.2. Thermal Generation
2.4.3. Solar Power Plants
2.4.4. Risks and Opportunities
2.5. Wind Energy
2.5.1. Wind Farms
2.5.2. Advantages and Disadvantages.
2.6.1. Thermochemical and Biochemical Methods
2.6.2. The Biomass Market
2.6.3. Advantages and Disadvantages.
2.7. Geothermal Energy
2.7.1. Geothermal Deposits
2.7.2. Electricity Generation
2.7.3. Advantages and Disadvantages.
2.8. Other Renewable Energies
2.8.1. Hydraulic Energy
2.8.2. Tidal Energy
2.8.3. Wave Energy
2.9. Energy Sources in Development
2.9.1. Green Hydrogen
2.9.2. Tidal Energy
2.9.3. Biogas and Biomethane
2.10. Energy Sources for Mobility
2.10.1. Electric Vehicles
2.10.2. CNG Vehicles
2.10.3. Other Alternatives for Sustainable Mobility
Module 3. Electrical Energy
3.1. Electrical Energy Voltage, Current, Power and Energy
3.1.1. Voltage and Current
3.1.2. Active, Reactive and Apparent Energy
3.1.3. Electrical Power. Load Curves
3.2. Energy Transformation
3.2.1. Power Transformers
3.2.2. Electricity Transportation
3.2.3. Electricity Distribution
3.3. Electrical Energy Consuming Systems: Electric Engines
3.3.1. Applications, Pumps, Fans and Compressors
3.3.2. Frequency Inverters
3.3.3. Motor-Based Consumer Systems: Heat Pump Air Conditioning
3.4. Other Electricity Consuming Systems
3.4.1. Joule Effect
3.4.3. Direct Current Powered Systems
3.5. Electricity Billing
3.5.2. Electricity Rates
3.5.3. Electricity Billing Term
3.6. Units of Measurement of Fuel Consumption and their Transformation into Energy Units
3.6.1. Energy Produced by Heat of Combustion: HHV and LLV
3.6.2. Volumetric Measurements of Combustible Liquids
3.6.3. Volumetric Measurements of Combustible Gases. Establishment and Calculation of Normal Conditions
3.7. Combustion Systems and Fuel Elements
3.7.1. Combustion Efficiency
3.7.3. Heat Transfer
3.8.1. Calculation of Boiler Efficiency by Direct and Indirect Method
3.8.2. Types of Heat Transfer Fluids
3.8.3. Steam Boilers
3.9. Other Fuel-Consuming Equipment
3.9.3. Generating Sets
3.10. Fuel Billing
3.10.2. Natural Gas Rates
3.10.3. Natural Gas Billing Terms
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