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  • Course description: AEC Daily: Transitioning to a Clean Energy Future: Part 1


    Energy creation, distribution, and consumption are all in a period of transition. Understanding this transition and its various aspects is critical to sustainable transitional energy planning (STEP). This course delves into the reasoning behind the STEP approach and its contributions to creating resilient communities and explores available exhaustible and renewable energy resources and innovations in the energy sector that can be leveraged by STEP.



    Learning Objective

    Compare STEP to other sustainable community planning methods, such as SCP and CEP, and describe its role in integrating local goals with global targets and prioritizing solutions that address multiple issues simultaneously.

    Outline the reasons for and benefits of adopting a STEP approach, such as energy security, economic development, and reducing environmental impact.

    Define energy transition and discuss examples of transition targets.

    Outline the attributes of some of the predominant green energy sources that should be considered and analyzed to determine how or if they should form part of a community energy system.

    Elaborate on how local STEP can contribute to and benefit from the global efforts and mandates to curb GHG emissions and reduce energy consumption.