Economics and Policy of Engineered Energy Systems

M E 510 XE


Course Description

Economics and policy for US energy systems, with and emphasis on connections to engineering. Topics include: economic analysis of conventional energy commodity markets and technologies, deregulated electricity markets, and emerging energy technologies; demand forecasting; economic and environmental policy in energy; integrated assessment; and semester-specific contemporary issues. Economics majors may not apply this course toward graduation.

3 credits

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Instructor Contact

Mark Wright

Registration Information

Course Dept
M E
Course Number
510
Section
XE
Credit Hours
3
Semester
Spring 2017
Dates
Jan 9 - May 5
Prerequisites
None
Max Enrollment
50
Delivery Fee
$390.00 *
Delivery Type
www
* Delivery Fee is additional to Tuition & Fees.

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