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Certificate Overview

Preeminent Research. Breakthrough Developments.
Gain a greater understanding of the entire energy landscape. From fossil fuels to solar cells, this online energy program brings together the top researchers in the field to share their knowledge and expertise.  

Program Overview - Energy Innovation and Emerging Technologies

Program Highlights

  • Online courses can be completed at your own pace
  • Successfully complete four courses and earn a professional certificate
  • Courses consist of online lecture videos, printable course materials and a final exam
  • Lecture videos are presented in short segments for easy viewing and frequent self-reflection

You Will Gain

  • Developments in energy marketing and technology
  • Fundamentals of how each technology works and the relevant economics
  • Insights to what knowledge and experience lead to success in the industry
  • Opportunities for investments and partnerships with energy companies
  • Outlooks from experts on the entire energy landscape

Who Should Enroll

  • Engineers working in or transitioning to roles in the energy field
  • Investors and policy makers seeking a greater understanding of the energy industry
  • Product developers and marketing managers of energy organizations


  • High School level knowledge of physics and chemistry
  • An interest in Material Sciences and Engineering

Time to Complete

All courses are available online for 60 days after the date of enrollment. Each online course is approximately 3-4 hours in length.

Record of Completion

You will receive a Record of Completion (certified PDF) via email upon completion of each course. The PDF is proof of course completion for tuition reimbursement and can be requested at any time, on an as needed basis. Upon successful completion of all requirements, you will earn the Energy Innovation and Emerging Technologies Certificate.



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