Air Liquide contributes to the New Energy Technologies MOOC (Massive Open Online Course)
Aware of the energy and environmental challenges, Air Liquide and several actors from the Rhône-Alpes region got together to create the “New Energy Technologies” MOOC (Massive Open Online Course). Starting on March 14, it will bring answers via the Unow Platform to many questions you may have around renewable energies.
The diversity of partners and stakeholders brings great value to this collaborative project which contributes to raising awareness around new sustainable energies. Indeed, this MOOC has been created by Grenoble Ecole de Management and Grenoble INP- Ense3, alongside Tenerrdis, the French leading energy cluster, in partnership with Air Liquide, CNR, General Electric and Think Smart Grids, and it is supported by IRT Nano Elec.
Over a six-week period, the MOOC will explore the 6 following chapters: energy efficiency, solar, hydropower, biogas and hydrogen - two topics sponsored by Air Liquide which contributes its expertise - and smart grids. Videos of about 10 minutes each, in English (with both English and French subtitles available), brought together several experts to give you information on a selected theme (energies and new technologies, uses, market organization and the main actors, development opportunities and innovation).
Participants can sign up now for the course at http://energy.grenoble-em.com