WHAT IS ENERGY MANAGEMENT ?
For UG: Candidates must have passed 10+2 with minimum qualifying marks in aggregate with Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics as core subjects. Independent entrance tests are also held by the various state, central, and private universities which mostly require 50% as the prerequisite to appear for the test.
For PG: Candidates must hold a degree in Bachelor of Engineering/B.Tech in Energy Management along with a good score in entrance tests held for PG program held by the various state, central, and private universities.
SCOPE OF ENERGY MANAGEMENT
- Graduates/postgraduates can consider a number of options in the energy sector, including oil and gas, renewable energy, power transmission and distribution firms.
- An energy manager is responsible for the energy policy of his/her firm. As a professional, he/she is required to formulate a plan for the optimal utilisation of energy within the firm.
- An energy auditor is required to conduct a detailed energy audit of firms and identify any wastage of energy while suggesting financially viable means for possible energy savings.
- Other key responsibilities include identifying and prioritising energy-saving measures after analysing their technical and financial feasibility of the firm.
- Energy and environment, air pollution, climate change
- Energy and Utilities
- Energy Conservation Act 2001 and related policies
- Energy Contracting and Negotiations
- Energy Derivatives and Risk Management
- Energy Economics
- Energy Efficiency in Thermal Utilities and systems
- Energy Industry Accounting
- Energy Law and Policy
- Energy Management and Audit