Learn the techniques to help communities move towards a renewable energy future and apply them to change your community.
Access to energy is vital to achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals, and we can achieve this through environmentally sustainable solutions. To do this, we need to identify the right technological solutions, but that is not all. This course will help you think through the multi-faceted dimensions of renewable energy – technology, behaviour change, economics and community dynamics. You will consider alternative energy futures that may be on or off-grid and include solar P.V, wind, hydro, biogas and even bioelectricity. You will explore the many and varied solutions and consider the ways energy access can impact wider community prosperity. As someone who wants to change your community, we will show you some innovative suggestions for community engagement.
The course is a social learning process – you watch short videos, try the activities, join the discussion, and exchange ideas with other participants. You can use your computer or mobile device for all course activities. So please join us, and find out how to make your mark on creating renewable energy solutions in your own context.
Enrol now and learn how to engage communities in the transition to renewable energy.
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