Course NameLength
Biomass Project Management2 days
Carbon Capital Management Certificate2 days
CO2 and Carbon Capture and Storage2 days
Comprehensive Course on Hydrogen Fuel Cells and Combustion2 days
Electric Vehicles Essentials2 days
Energy Efficiency Expert Certificate2 days
Energy Storage 1012 days
Environmental Impact and Sustainability2 days
Fundamentals of Biofuels2 days
Fundamentals of Combined Heat & Power (CHP)2 days
Fundamentals of Distributed Energy Resource Management Systems- DERMS Fundamentals2 days
Fundamentals of Environmental/Green Engineering Systems2 days
Fundamentals of Global Energy Transformation2 days
Fundamentals of Green Hydrogen: Production, Applications, and Sustainability2 days
Fundamentals of Solar Photovoltaic2 days
Fundamentals of Wave and Hydro Power2 days
Hydrogen Energy Essentials2 days
Hydrogen Energy Project Engineering and Management2 days
Introduction to Green Engineering Workshop2 days
Introduction to Power and Energy Systems Engineering2 days
Modern Energy Management Systems Engineering Fundamentals2 days
Net-Zero Project Management Expert Certificate2 days
Net-zero Solar Energy Expert Certificate2 days
Net-Zero Sustainable Energy Expert Certificate2 days
Overview of UL 9540A and UL95402 days
Path to Net-Zero 2050: Technologies and Strategies for a Sustainable Future2 days
Renewable Energy Certificate2 days
Renewable Energy Certificate | Renewable Energy Training Program4 days
Renewable Energy Management2 days
Renewable Energy Professional Certificate2 days
Renewable Energy Systems Design and Analysis Training2 days
Renewable Energy Systems Engineering2 days
Solar Energy 1012 days
The Role in Clean Energy2 days
Wind Energy Systems Engineering Training Workshop4 days

Renewable Energy

Nearly 30 Renewable Energy courses by Tonex help participants learn how to apply a systems thinking approach to understand the interrelationship between energy technologies and human factors.


Net-Zero Sustainable Energy Expert Certificate TrainingThe Energy Information Administration expects renewable deployment to grow by 17% to 42 GW in 2024 and account for almost a quarter of electricity generation.

According to experts, the impact of unprecedented investment in renewable infrastructure will likely become more apparent in 2024. Regulatory boosts to renewable energy and transmission buildout could help address grid constraints.

Additionally, boosts to manufacturing could lay the foundations of a domestic clean energy industry with stronger supply chains supporting solar, wind, storage, and green hydrogen deployment.

What this comes down to is the need for a skilled workforce to be prepared to build, operate, and maintain all these new generation and manufacturing facilities planned over the next few years.

Positive perceptions about renewables and how they enhance grid resilience should also be on the rise as renewables become a larger part of power generation and the portfolio of technologies grows.

Renewables are set to contribute 80% of new power generation capacity to 2030 under current policy settings, with solar alone accounting for more than half of this expansion.

It’s also important to understand how emerging technologies are playing a crucial role in shaping the future of renewable energy projects, making them more efficient, cost-effective, and scalable.

For example, Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) systems utilize mirrors or lenses to focus sunlight onto a receiver, generating heat that drives a turbine for electricity production. Emerging technologies in CSP, such as molten salt storage and advanced heat transfer fluids, improve the efficiency and storage capabilities of these systems, enabling continuous power generation even when the sun is not shining.

Then there’s the emerging smart grid technologies that will play a critical role in integrating renewable energy into existing power grids effectively. These technologies enable real-time monitoring, demand response, and intelligent energy management, facilitating the seamless integration of renewable energy sources and optimizing grid reliability and stability.

Hydrogen storage technologies, such as hydrogen fuel cells and hydrogen electrolysis, are emerging as promising solutions for long-duration energy storage and transportation.

Hydrogen is emerging as one of the leading options for storing energy from renewables with hydrogen-based fuels potentially transporting energy from renewables over long distances – from regions with abundant energy resources, to energy-hungry areas thousands of kilometers away.

Green hydrogen was featured in a number of emissions reduction pledges at the UN Climate Conference, COP26, as a means to decarbonize heavy industry, long haul freight, shipping, and aviation. Governments and industry have both acknowledged hydrogen as an important pillar of a net zero economy.

Ongoing research aims to enhance the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of hydrogen storage systems.

Renewable Energy Courses

Tonex now offers more than two dozen Renewable Energy Training courses and seminars. Topics include solar, wind, hydro, geothermal, and biomass (wood and wood waste, municipal solid waste, landfill gas and biogas, ethanol and biodiesel).

There’s also cutting-edge courses in rapidly advancing renewable energy technologies to help professionals, organizations and students stay current in the renewable energy sector.

For example, one salient upcoming renewable energy realm is in the area of green hydrogen. In our Fundamentals of Green Hydrogen: Production, Applications, and Sustainability course, participants gain an in-depth understanding of green hydrogen production methods, applications across various sectors, and its environmental sustainability.

By the end of the course, you’ll be equipped with the knowledge and insights needed to contribute to and advocate for the growth of green hydrogen technologies.

Other Tonex Renewable Energy courses allow participants to apply a systems thinking approach to understand the interrelationship between energy technologies and human factors ranging from air pollution and air quality, health impacts, land and water requirements, grid reliability, energy equity, and energy security.

Additionally, attendees will come to understand the full spectrum of energy storage technologies such as batteries, flywheels, and hydroelectric storage.

You will also gain a clearer understanding of how to differentiate between clean renewable energy technologies such as wind, water, solar, and storage, and traditional and alternative energy sources and technologies such as coal, natural gas, hydrofracking, nuclear, and carbon capture.

Participants will also learn how to evaluate the new technologies and business opportunities in the transportation industry from passenger electric vehicles, to hydrogen fuel cell trucks, buses, and aircraft.

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