These programs are designed to assist individuals and businesses in reducing their energy costs and improve efficiency.
UNR Graduate Renewable Energy Certificate Program
The University of Nevada (UNR) Graduate Renewable Energy Certificate program is designed for professionals in the energy industry, including
administrators, engineers, and others impacted by new policies and
practices relating to renewable energy. The multidisciplinary program covers energy technologies, energy markets and
business, and energy policy:
ENGR 600 Alternative Energy Fundamentals
ENGR 610 Renewable Energy Policy
ENGR 620 Renewable Energy in the Local Community & Home
ENGR 630 Wind Energy
ENGR 650 Solar and Renewable Energy Utilization
ENGR 660 Fundamentals of Biofuels
ENGR 670 Geology of Geothermal Energy Resources
CEE 611/PSC 603/NRES 612 Environmental Law
These courses are taught by
instructors from several engineering disciplines as well as UNR's
of Science and Liberal Arts. Instructors are experts in their
respective fields at Nevada and other research institutions. The program
is designed for students who hold a bachelor's degree in
engineering, management or a related field.
For more information please contact Jill Wallace, Ph.D., program coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (775) 682-7774. Appointments with Dr. Wallace can be scheduled by phone or email.
Technical Assistance for Potential CHP Projects in Nevada
The U.S. DOE Pacific Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Technical Assistance
Partnership helps businesses and communities in Nevada reduce their
energy costs, improve efficiency, and strengthen their energy resiliency
and reliability through the use of combined heat and power. The U.S DOE
Pacific CHP Technical Assistance Partnership is one of seven regional
CHP TAPs formed by the U.S. Department of Energy to promote and assist
in transforming the market for CHP throughout the United States, and is
the regional TAP for California, Nevada and Hawaii.
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U.S. DOE PACIFIC CHP TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE PARTNERSHIP