Energy Efficiency, Finance and Electric Power Management

About this Course


The power sector can be defined as an energy sector that consists of both, electricity
Generation plants (and combined heat and power (CHP) plants), transmission and distribution infrastructure, and whose primary business is to generate, transport and sell electricity (or electricity and heat in the case of CHP) to the public.

Key players in the sector in Africa include utilities, independent power producers (IPPs), transmission system operators and distributors, rural electrification agencies and funds, as well as ministries and regulators (for policy design and policy implementation—through regulation—respectively).

Other players include manufacturers and consulting engineers who supply equipment and services for the generation, transmission and distribution of electric power by utilities and other power producers.

This course teaches and discusses the issues related to management, finance and regulation of the players in this sector, including production, transmission, and distribution of power as well as services related to the production, installation, overhaul and maintenance of power equipment and relatedconsulting engineering, as well as their leverage with energy efficiency. The International Renewable Energy Agency’s publications on “Renewables and Electricity Storage, A Technology Roadmap for REmap 2030”, and “Investment Opportunities in West Africa, Suitability Maps for Grid Connected and Off-Grid Solar and Wind Projects” will form part of student’s course materials.

 

Learning Outcomes & Objectives:


At the end of this module, the students will:

  • Gain a deeper in sight into Regulatory Energy Efficiency Technology benefits
  • Become equipped with Energy Finance options
  • Get equipped with Power distribution methods, especially in rural areas
  • Know more about independent power plants, bundling and unbundling concepts
  • Be able to address reforms in the power sector
  • Know about Cogeneration of Energy
  • Learn the Energy Services approach for developing rural areas
  • Get acquainted with Energy Auditing
  • Become acquainted with the International Renewable Energy Agency’s publications on “Renewables and Electricity Storage, A Technology Roadmap for REmap 2030”, and “Investment Opportunities in West Africa, Suitability Maps for Grid Connected and Off-Grid Solar and Wind Projects”.
  • And become capable of developing Energy Finance models

 

Course CodeUNN/OC/0053
Course Start DateStarted
Course Duration3 Months
Dedication2 hours per week
Number of Modules10
LevelBasic
School offering courseUNN Online School of Oil and Gas
LanguageEnglish
Video/Audio MediaNone
Course Fee200000.00

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Renewable Energy, Technology and Efficiency

This program teaches the fundamentals, of the different renewable energy technologies, wind, solar, Bioenergy, hydro, and geothermal energy. It offers an in-depth overview of renewable energy technologies and applications.

Program Courses: 5



Course Prerequisites / Requirements



Graduates of Universities are eligible to register for Post Graduate Diploma programs, and complete/pass all the modules. NCE and HND holders with a minimum of 3 years working experience, especially in the petroleum industry will be considered. WAEC holders or equivalent, can enroll and do as many individual modules as they wish.