EN606 - Energy Resources, Economics and Environment
Prof Rangan Banerjee
Time Commitment Required
Grading Policy and Statistics
Relative grading. AA-11, AB-32, BB-38, BC-23, CC-9, CD-4, DD-3, FR-4
10% quizzes, 10% assignments, 10% midsem, 30% Course project, 40% Endsem
Topics Covered in the Course
Instead of being just a theoretical course its very immersive and the instructor gets the student to not only learn theory but also apply it with real world data and problems. The quizzes are kept each week to ensure students to keep studying regularly; a group assignment is given where students have to analyses energy consumption and specialty of countries policies and present it with other countries assigned to students.
Group projects aims at analysing/solving some real world problem and depends a whole lot on what one learns. Course content can be somewhat described by:
-Overview of World Energy Scenario
-Energy Economics -
-Energy Chain, Primary energy analysis Life Cycle Assessment, Net Energy Analysis
-Environmental Impacts of energy use
-Emission factors and other impacts on environment.
Very helpful in nailing exams
When to take this course?
This course can be taken in any semester but will recommend taking in a lighter semester
EN 606 Review By: Kanishka Sunick