Energy, environment and society: development, demand, policy, impacts, tools and more.

Faculty: Applied Science
Subject: Clean Energy Engineering
Year / Level: 5
Theme(s): Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation



This course is restricted to graduate students. 

The course will cover energy, environment and society interactions, the development of energy resources, energy demand and its determinants, the policy dimension of energy and climate change, impacts on ecosystems, life-cycle analysis and impact assessment and other tools for quantitative and qualitative evaluation of alternative energy sources.


Check SSC to see if the course is currently offered and if you meet pre-requisites etc.



Email the course instructor with your questions and to request a syllabus.


Xiaotao (Tony) Bi

"Amongst other things we are developing environmental systems and life cycle analysis tools to model and evaluate biomass energy systems, including residues and wastes."