The Department of Energy has awarded Clemson University about $750,000 to Develop a Power Industry Essentials Certificate Program. Details below:
Power Industry Essentials Certificate Program - Train the power engineering sector on the fundamentals of power systems and the advanced applications on power systems operation, control and protection. The project will develop three certificate programs (Power Systems Engineering; Renewable Energy; and Advanced Power Systems) and a Masters of Engineering program.
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