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Energy System Investment and Risk Management (on campus)

Date to be confirmed

This course provides a solid grounding in the knowledge and skills required to evaluate risk and make effective investment decisions in the energy sector. The course includes case studies, including the development of community-scale biofuel CHP proposal, along with game-based simulation of a competitive pool electricity market. 

Upon completion, students will be able to apply qualitative and quantitative techniques across a range of professional contexts and project scales with regards investment in energy systems. 

The course is intended for: 

Numerate graduates or professionals with relevant industrial experience who have engineering or economics/finance/management backgrounds. 

Personnel involved in energy infrastructure investment planning, including engineering consultants, investment organisations, DNOs, energy generators, developers, financiers, insurance companies and government bodies amongst others. 

Energy systems asset managers and operations analysts. 

Actuaries and risk analysts within the insurance sector. 

 

Course details

Course code
WSP044
Duration
One Week
Course leader
Dr Paul Rowley
Department
The Wolfson School of Mechanical, Electrical and Manufacturing
Places available
10

Requirements

Target audience
This course is for graduates in engineering or other technical disciplines (see above).
Previous experience
If you do not have a degree but have relevant experience please e-mail wspgsupport@lboro.ac.uk prior to registering with details of your work experience. An assessment will be made on your suitability for the course.

Academic

Assessment
Assessment is by coursework (60%) and exam (40%)
Credits
10 Credits

Costs

Course fee
Non alumni - £895, Alumni - £716 and Multiple Bookings £785.
Accommodation costs
Not applicable
Accommodation information
Not applicable

Cancellations

In the event of cancellation by the delegate, an administration fee of £250.00 for each student place is levied.

Cancellations must be received at least 5 working days prior to the start of the course. We regret that no refund of course fees can be made for cancellations received after this date.

To apply for a refund you must inform us, in writing, and provide written evidence of the original payment as refunds will only be paid to the account from where it originated. The University also reserves the right to make reasonable alterations to the content of the course. In the event of cancellation by the University, fees will be refunded in full. It does not accept liability for costs incurred by delegates or their organisations for cancellation of travel arrangements and/or accommodation.

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