BA5

Bachelor in Renewable Energy

Location

Trondheim

Name of the university:

Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Language(s):
  • English
Cost of the programme:
Complimentary
Topics covered in the programme
Basic electrochemistry
H2 Production
H2 Storage, Transport and Distribution
H2 End-uses: transports
H2 End-uses: energy, power generation
H2 End-uses: buildings
H2 End-uses: industry
Safety
Regulations, Codes and Standards
Life-Cycle Assessment, eco-design, recycling
Technical-economic evaluation
Access to materials/infrastructure:
Books / E-Books
Handbooks, Slides, Handouts, Notes
E-Learning Tools e.g. MOOCs
Labs (real or virtual)
Courses tackling Fuel Cells and Hydrogen​:

Energy storage (for sustainable energy systems)

Hours of lecture per week
30
Capacity of the course
More than 30
Prerequisite

Thermodynamics, Fluid mechanics, Basic chemistry and physics

Type of assessment

Lectures, compulsory tutorials, and compulsory laboratory exercises.

5 of 8 tutorials and 1 of 1 laboratory exercise must be approved before the candidate can take the exam.

Hydrogen Technology, Fuel Cells, Batteries and Solar Cells

Hours of lecture per week
30
Capacity of the course
More than 30
Prerequisite

Basic knowledge in general chemistry and chemical thermodynamics

Type of assessment

Examination arrangement: Home examination
Grade: Letters

Hydrogen in transportation for a safe and sustainable future

ECTS/ EQF
Yes
Hours of lecture per week
30
Capacity of the course
More than 30
Prerequisite

Open to any backgrounds

Type of assessment

100% written assessment

Renewable hydrogen (RH2) for a cleaner and better society

ECTS/ EQF
Yes
Hours of lecture per week
30
Capacity of the course
More than 30
Prerequisite

Open to any backgrounds

Type of assessment

100% written examination

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