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Sustainable Energy

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M.Sc. Sustainable Energy Engineering

The world is becoming acutely aware of the urgent need to resolve the many issues associated with energy consumption and climate change. The limited availability of fossil fuels and the need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions call for fundamental changes in the global energy landscape. This Sustainable Energy Engineering programme at Reykjavík University will enable you to join the new generation of professionals at the forefront of the energy revolution.

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Master Sustainability

Gain insight into critical environmental factors affecting air, water, climate, and ecosystems. In this master’s degree program, you learn to evaluate and design practices, technologies, and systems that bring sustainable solutions to communities and organizations. The Sustainability degree is offered by Harvard University.

M.Sc. Sustainable Energy

The MSc in Sustainable Energy at Reykjavík University is a broad-based, highly adaptable programme. Students study sustainable energy and learn about a wide range of renewable technologies that suit different regions and societies. This includes: geothermal energy, hydroelectric power, wind power and energy efficiency.

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Sustainable energy, specifically renewable energy or green energy represents the type of energy source that can be replenished and is essentially inexhaustible. This sphere of energy includes solar energy (solar panels and photovoltaic windows), wind energy (wind turbines/wind farms), some forms of water (hydro) power and biomass fuels. Sustainable or renewable energy is a new and popular study field that focuses on finding alternative energy sources without compromising the energy needs of future generations, while preserving the health of the natural environment. Programmes in sustainable energy join elements of engineering, electronics, construction and environmental sciences.

Sub-divisions of sustainable energy include: solar energy, wind energy, geothermal energy, ocean energy, biomass energy, hydroelectric power.

Class curricula offer students information on topics such as: fundaments of advanced energy conversion, global warming science, energy economics and policy, entrepreneurship in renewable energy. Programmes in sustainable energy offer students technical competences and the ability to articulate environmental sustainability for different energy supply systems. Courses also help them familiarise with policy and economics in the energy sector, knowledge of energy markets and business.

Graduates may find job opportunities in a wide range of areas, including: project consultancy, urban planning, technical advice, energy trading. Sustainable energy graduates usually follow careers as energy consultants, energy auditors, wind power engineers, and more.

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