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Transforming Energy Systems: Why Governance Matters

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Duration

4 weeks

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Delivery Method

Online

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Lifetime Access

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Accessibility

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Language

English

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Subtitles

English

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Level

Intermediate

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Effort

4 hours per week

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Teaching Type

Self Paced

Course Description

Energy governance refers to the policies, rules, and institutions that influence energy system changes. To tackle climate change in the quickest time possible, effective governance is essential. This course will help you understand how and why energy systems must change and what it means for security, people, and costs. Learn about the essential elements of effective energy governance, and see real-life examples from all over the globe. You can preview some of the steps in this course before you sign up.

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What You Will Learn

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Explore the need for energy system transformation, ways to achieve it and the role of governance within it

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Describe how the characteristics of energy systems are changing as they become smarter and flexible and what this means for institutions and system value streams

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Explore how energy systems are becoming more localised and closer to people, and what the implications of this are for coordinating change

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Identify what governance change is required to deliver a sustainable, equitable, affordable and secure energy system

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Apply your knowledge of governance to identify suitable changes for rapid decarbonisation

Target Students

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This course is for those with an existing knowledge or interest in energy systems and energy system change

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This includes energy practitioners, policymakers, regulators, researchers and students in the field

Course Instructors

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Prof. Catherine Mitchell

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Catherine Mitchell is Professor of Energy Policy at Exeter University. She works on the link between energy governance and innovation and runs the IGov research project www.exeter.ac.uk-igov
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Helen Poulter

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Helen Poulter is a Doctoral Researcher at the University of Exeter studying the role of adaptive governance in energy system transformation.
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Rebecca Willis

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Rebecca Willis is a Research Fellow in the Energy Policy Group at the University of Exeter. She focusses on energy and climate governance issues. www.rebeccawillis.co.uk

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