This unit covers many aspects of energy and the environment: energy resources and use; electrical power generation including fossil fuelled and alternate methods; environmental impacts of energy use and power generation including greenhouse gas emissions; transportation and pollution; energy management in buildings; solar thermal energy, photovoltaics, wind power and nuclear energy; embodied energy and net emissions analysis and, importantly, socio-economic and political issues related to energy provision.
|Academic unit||Physics Academic Operations|
|12 credit points of 2000-level units|
|ENVI3001 or PHYS3600|
|Junior Physics units or Intermediate Environmental Science units|
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