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  • Professional Master’s Diploma in Energy &

    Innovation

    Program Info Night

    February 23rd 2016

  • Program Overview Objective :

    The focus of the proposed diploma program is to deliver pertinent, practical, timely and effective education in the areas of energy and innovation.

    Learning Outcomes:

    The aims of the Program are to educate graduates about the

    • Evolving space of energy in terms of technology;

    • End user role – demand management and conservation;

    • Large-scale economics, politics and other interests in this space; and

    • Role of innovation.

  • Program Overview Program Structure:

    4 core courses and a Final Diploma Project

    1. Smart Grids – Electricity, Petroleum, Infrastructure

    2. Demand Management and Conservation

    3. Energy Storage and Use

    4. Electricity Markets

    5. Final Diploma Project

    Admission Requirements:

    • Will have graduated from a four year accredited undergraduate university program in applied science or engineering or equivalent;

    • A minimum of a 3.0 B standing or equivalent over all courses in the final half of the program; and

    • English language proficiency requirement similar to other graduate programs in engineering.

  • Course Overview – Smart Grids

    Objective:

    The course teaches various new technologies for smart grids and

    applications.

    Week Topic

    Week 1 Smart Grid Defined I (characteristics, communication, data privacy and security)

    Week 2 Smart Grid Defined II (policy and benefits)

    Week 3 The engineering and technological challenges

    Week 4 Smart Grid, Smart Meters and the Customer

    Week 5 Smart Grid Influence on Reliability

    Week 6 Studies Required to Enable the Smart Grid

    Week 7 Smart Grid and Asset Management

    Week 8 Smart Grid and Policy Challenges

    Week 9 Smart Grid Business Opportunities

    Week 10 Smart Grid Data Management and Data Analytics

    Week 11 The Smart Home

    Week 12 Review

    Instructor – Jayesh Shah, Oshawa PUC

    Students would intern in the Smart Grid Laboratory for two sessions

  • Learning Outcomes:

    Successful candidates of this course shall be able to:

    • Gain knowledge of new tools in smart grids

    • Gain knowledge of details of communication systems

    • Gain knowledge of details of data processing systems

    • Gain an understanding of how energy systems may be better

    operated with smart grid technologies

    • Recognize the role of innovation in developing smart grids

    Course Overview – Smart Grids

  • Course Overview – Demand Management and Conservation

    Objective:

    The course shall describe various methods for peak demand reduction

    and conserving energy.

    Week Topic

    Week 1 Introduction to Energy Efficiency and Demand Response

    Week 2 Demand Response as a Service

    Week 3 Types of Demand Response Programs

    Week 4 Ontario Case: Electricity System and Demand Response

    Week 5 Energy Conservation Mechanisms

    Week 6 Energy Conservation Methods

    Week 7 Energy Efficiency/Demand Response in Energy Planning

    Week 8 Evaluating Energy Efficiency/Demand Response Programs

    Week 9 Regulatory Perspectives in Energy Efficiency

    Week 10 Energy Efficiency Case Study: I

    Week 11 Energy Efficiency Case Study: II

    Week 12 Energy Efficiency Case Study: III

    Instructor – Gary Thompson, Toronto Hydro

  • Learning Outcomes:

    Successful candidates of this course shall be able to:

    • Describe forms and methods of demand management and

    conservation

    • Describe forms and methods of conservation

    • Compute benefits of demand management methods

    • Compute benefits of conservation programs / tools

    • Cost various forms of CDM programs

    • Explain and compare various forms of CDM programs

    • Identify how innovation contributes to the reduction of peak

    demand reduction and conserving energy

    Course Overview – Demand Management and Conservation

  • Course Overview – Energy Storage and Use

    Objective:

    This course shall survey and describe new and promising technologies for

    energy storage.

    Week Topic

    Week 1 Types of Energy Storage Technologies and Products

    Week 2 Types of Energy Storage Technologies and Products

    Week 3 Uses of Energy Storage

    Week 4 Battery Storage

    Week 5 Flywheel Wheels

    Week 6 Compressed Air Energy Storage Systems with Potential for Adiabatic Methods

    Week 7 Pumped Hydro Storage

    Week 8 Fuel Cells

    Week 9 Ice Energy Systems

    Week 10 Economics of Storage

    Week 11 Examples

    Week 12 Review

    Instructor – TBD

  • Learning Outcomes:

    Successful candidates of this course shall be able to:

    • Describe forms and methods of energy storage systems

    • Quantify benefits from different types of storage and identify

    relevant applications

    • Cost various energy storage systems

    • Compute efficiency and other performance parameters of energy

    storage systems

    • Recognize the role of innovation in developing energy storage

    systems

    Course Overview – Energy Storage and Use

  • Course Overview – Electricity Markets

    Objective:

    This course shall introduce candidates to mega-scale economics and

    explain characteristics of various types of energy systems.

    Week Topic

    Week 1 Formation of Market and Nash Equilibrium

    Week 2 Game Theory

    Week 3 Optimization Basics

    Week 4 Electricity Market Formulation

    Week 5 Electricity Market Settlement

    Week 6 Ancillary Services

    Week 7 Electricity Market – Resource Procurement

    Week 8 Electricity Market – Fixed Tariffs

    Week 9 Real Power Dispatch

    Week 10 Unit Commitment

    Week 11 Review

    Week 12 Review

    Instructor – Bhanu Opathella, Ryerson University

  • Learning Outcomes:

    Successful candidates of this course shall be able to:

    • Develop a mega-scale economic model

    • Analyze costs and benefits of different types of energy systems

    • Analyze and optimize energy market models

    • Undertake economic valuations of innovation in energy systems

    Course Overview – Electricity Markets

  • Learning Outcomes:

    • This course shall enable students to focus on a specific topic of

    interest, analyze and report. The final project shall help shape their

    learnings and orient it to practical use.

    Topics Might Include

    • Energy Markets – understanding and analysis;

    • Techno-economic analysis of conservation programs;

    • Design of demand management programs;

    • Assessment of smart grid solutions such as smart meters

    Course Overview – Final Diploma Project

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