Course NameLength
Net zero Hydrogen Energy Expert Certificate2 days
Net Zero Project Engineering Certificate2 days
Net Zero Technology: Innovations for a Sustainable Future2 days
Net-Zero Energy-Efficient Mobile Networks2 days

Environmentally Motivated Material and Process Selection Training by Tonex

Net zero or carbon neutrality corresponds to the point at which greenhouse gases emitted into the atmosphere are balanced by an equivalent amount removed from the atmosphere.

Science has clearly shown that in order to avoid the worst effects of climate change and to preserve a habitable planet, global temperature rise needs to be limited to no more than 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels.

Today, the Earth is already warming more than 1.1°C compared to the end of the 19th century, and emissions continue to rise. To keep global warming below 1.5°C, as required by the Paris Agreement, emissions need to be reduced by around 45% by 2030 and net zero reached by 2050.

Scientists contend that the energy sector is the source of nearly three quarters of greenhouse gas emissions today and holds the key to avoiding the worst effects of climate change. Replacing pollution generators, such as energy production using coal, oil or gas, with renewable energy sources like solar or wind energy, would dramatically reduce carbon emissions.

Experts in this area believe digital technologies are the key to a net-zero transition. Energy-intensive systems are being groomed to find efficiency gains from digital and Web3 technologies such as cloud and edge computing, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML), internet of things (IoT) sensors, and blockchain technology.

Energy efficiency and renewables are central pillars, but additional technologies are needed to achieve Net-Zero emissions, such as:

  • Advanced batteries
  • Carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS)
  • Hydrogen and hydrogen-related fuels
  • Bioenergy

Most experts in this area contend that of all the technologies involved in Net Zero objectives, CCUS might be the most important focal point in 2024.

The importance of achieving Net Zero is well understood and widely accepted. With Net Zero absolute and energy systems expected to incorporate hydrocarbons, CCUS is a must.

CCUS is a technology that can be retrofitted to existing emission sources. In industrial sectors such as cement, steel, and chemical production it is one of the only feasible decarbonization solutions.

Net-Zero Technology Training Courses by Tonex

Tonex offers comprehensive Net-Zero training courses, helping participants better understand the impact of net zero, the timeline and associated technologies involved in meeting net-zero goals and objectives.

Target Audience:

Net-Zero courses are designed for:

  •       Environmental Scientists and Engineers
  •       Policy Makers and Urban Planners
  •       Sustainability Managers and Consultants
  •       Academics in Environmental Science, Engineering and Related Fields
  •       Anyone interested in sustainable technologies and climate change solutions.

Contact us for information on any of our Net Zero courses. Tonex offers comprehensive training equipping participants with the skills and knowledge essential for success in their roles.