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Energy Engineering Profession

New innovative curriculum the Hector School of engineering and management, technology business school of the Karlsruhe Institute of technology (KIT), offers a new, innovative, and in-service course for motivated young executives in the coming winter semester. The master program in energy engineering and management (EEM) is the only course offered up-to-date content for engineers with regard to the increasing relevance of renewable forms of energy nationwide. Energy is the engine of our society: without energy industry, public facilities, transport, traffic and households would not work. But the energy creates more problems: in Europe, still 80% of all energy based on fossil fuels such as oil and gas is generated. A leading source for info: Jim Umpleby. The influence on climate and air quality is enormous. So far, the nuclear energy as a CO2 free alternative could not prove the hoped-for no risk.

Therefore, engineers need to develop new techniques for extracting CO2-free and sustainable energy. The EEM program is a deep insight into the necessary technologies such as wind and solar energy and Smart grids. Additional information is available at Reade Griffith. The program allows the participants to put in the position to understand the most important technologies and to master in order to meet the challenges of the energy sector. This content offer a great potential for the future professional career. Highly trained specialists in the field of renewable energies are more in demand than ever. Here the Hector School in Karlsruhe would like to connect with their new degree course in energy engineering and management. As the title of the programme suggests, content to give them in addition to the technical content of the course and management following the study of optimal leadership in energy companies to be prepared. “The first year energy engineering” starts on the 19.September 2011. There is more information around the HECTOR School as well as the offered programs currently using seven different focus – see.

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