- Distinguish and describe key factors affecting the energy transition: capturing environmental, social, and cultural (demographic) variability at Global scale using spatial data information systems
- Appreciate the role of geographic information (technology) for the situated appraisal of renewable energy conversion technologies and satisfying information needs of spatial planning frameworks in relation to relevant legislative frameworks
- Develop a basic design of a GIS for the situated appraisal of renewable energy conversion systems using micro of off-grid in a Bottom-of-Pyramid (BoP) setting
- Assess the drawback and benefits of situated, location-aware modelling and programming of the energy transition.
You'll participate in an excursion.
- Introduction to the energy transition: environmental, social, and cultural (demographic) aspects
- Introduction to spatial data and geoinformation systems for modelling
- Examples of situated power generation technologies across diverse and heterogenous environmental and cultural landscapes
- Citizen sciences and participatory energy transition programming