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LEVEL
Bachelor
Master
PhD
TYPE
Seminar
MODES
-
LANGUAGE
english
ECTS
1
PERIOD
16/06/2023 to 21/06/2023

Description

Free course aimed at undergraduate students in their 3rd or 4th year, Master’s students and/or PhD students. Enrollment priority will be: ETSIME Bachelor, Master and Doctorate students, ETSII-UPM Energy Master students and EELISA students. The course will be taught entirely in English by Jean Papée Total Energies Professor Associates (TPA) and Vice-President Middle East and East Asia, Total Marketing & Services based in Singapore.

Theme and objectives: 

Introduce students to the challenge of climate change and greenhouse gas emissions.
Knowledge of the scenarios and action plans recommended by international institutions to limit CO2
Operation and challenges of renewable energies.
Analysis of the energy mix and tools to compare energies from an economic, technical and environmental angle.
Establish actions to reduce CO2 emissions and develop appropriate renewable energies.
First effects of Covid 19 on energy demand and the impact on CO2
Have a global vision of life cycle analysis.
Evaluate the challenges of the Paris agreements and their decline in each country.

SDG info

Relevant SDGs

SDG13 - Climate Action
SDG7 - Affordable and Clean Energy
SDG9 - Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure

Time format

-14-p-m-wednesday-june-21st-from-11-a-m-to-14-p-m

Application deadline

-

ECTS

1

Credentials

-

EELISACommunity

EELISA Community for Energy Transition and International Exchange (EELISA’s 1st Student Community)|Society Transition towards Digitalization and Energy Decarbonization

MAX NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS

25

Organizer

Activity provider / partner

Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

Contact or registration links