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Other Courses

Explore your options and expand your knowledge with our additional courses. There is definately more than meets the eye here.

Solar Academy

Solar energy, if harnessed appropriately, can meet all of our future energy demands. Solar water heaters and house heating are among the widespread solar energy applications. Recently, a team from MIT has devised a groundbreaking system that captures and stores the sun's heat, enabling it to generate electricity at any time. 

The use of solar energy is crucial in agriculture as it facilitates the farming of land, production of crops, and raising of livestock. Agriculture, which dates back to around 10,000 years ago, played a significant role in the advancement of civilization, and the implementation of solar techniques such as crop rotation contributed to higher yields. Solar energy has numerous advantages in agriculture, such as cost savings, increased self-reliance, and reduced pollution. Through the utilization of solar energy, farms can decrease their expenses on electricity and heating. Furthermore, solar heat collectors can be applied to dry crops and provide warmth to homes, livestock facilities, and greenhouses.

These Solar Academy courses will lead you towards the ability to harness and do wonders with the sun's energy.

Electrical Technology

The field of electrical technology offers vast potential for the future, with numerous possibilities that lie ahead. The electricity sector is transforming due to evolving technologies, decreasing costs, and changing regulatory environments, leading to an increasingly complex landscape. Three significant trends - electrification, decentralization, and digitalization - are converging to create significant disruptions in the industry. These trends are currently located at the "grid edge," which includes smart and connected technologies at the end of the power grid, such as distributed storage, distributed generation, smart meters, smart appliances, and electric vehicles. Adopting these new technologies at the "grid edge" could generate more than $2.4 trillion in value for society and the industry in the next ten years.

Power electronics is another area that is revolutionizing the future of energy systems globally. It enables technologies that offer efficiency, compactness, and reliability, which contribute to achieving carbon-neutral targets. Over the last two decades, power electronics have facilitated game-changing advancements that reduce the use of land and resources while ensuring continuous production, even in extreme conditions.

The courses here will bring you one step closer to the future of electrical technology.




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