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Intro to Energy Management

Credits: 3
Course Number: 10-481-114

Course Description

10-481-114 INTRO TO ENERGY MANAGEMENT ...introduces the basic concepts of energy, utility systems and utility rate structures; defines the need for energy management as an integral part of society at all levels. The course will present the various opportunities available to energy management students.

Course Typically Offered

  • Fall

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How can I use this course to achieve my career goals?

This course is associated with the following programs:

What will I learn?

  1. Describe energy and its different forms.
  2. Explore the history of energy production and cost in the U.S. and Wisconsin since 1900
  3. Define units for measuring energy and convert between them
  4. Explain how energy is billed by utilities
  5. Identify how and where energy is used in buildings
  6. Examine the social and environmental impacts of energy production and consumption
  7. Determine Codes and Standards applicable to energy use in buildings
  8. Describe the energy auditing process
  9. Create an outline of an effective energy management program
  10. Investigate monitoring techniques used to measure and monitor energy use in buildings
  11. Explore career and educational opportunities for energy management professionals

Class Details

Class Number:
81832
Location:
Green Bay Campus
Delivery:
Blended - Less than 50% Online
Term:
Fall 2023
Session:
8W1
Instructors:
John Hippensteel
Date Range:
-
Estimated Cost:
$480.90 *

Class Notes

  • This Blended class utilizes a variety of course delivery methods. Please visit https://nwtc.libanswers.com/Eagle/faq/212771 for important class notes regarding this Blended class.

Meeting Times

Dates Day(s) / Time Location(s)
08/14/23 - 10/09/23 Anytime
Anytime
Online
08/16/23 - 10/04/23 W
12:30 PM - 3:20 PM
To be Determined

* Cost displayed is an estimate and may be discounted if attendees are residents of Northeast Wisconsin Back to cost