EVR 1310  Renewable Energy Resources, Energy Efficiency and Conservation Methods credits: 3

This course is intended to provide an overview of energy resources with special attention to the leading renewable energy resources. Topics covered include the science of energy, historical context of energy use and policy, energy efficiency and conservation strategies, and a survey of all sources of energy (e.g., fossil fuel, nuclear, and renewable). An in-depth examination of recent advancements that include the environmental, economic, and social impacts of renewable energy will be pursued to achieve the requisite knowledge of energy issues.

Prerequisite: EVR 1001C or EVS 1001 or Permission of the Program: