Course NameLength
Comprehensive Course on Hydrogen Fuel Cells and Combustion2 days
Fundamentals of Biofuels2 days
Fundamentals of Distributed Energy Resource Management Systems- DERMS Fundamentals2 days
Fundamentals of Green Hydrogen: Production, Applications, and Sustainability2 days
Path to Net-Zero 2050: Technologies and Strategies for a Sustainable Future2 days
Renewable Energy Certificate | Renewable Energy Training Program4 days
Wind Energy Systems Engineering Training Workshop4 days

Renewable Energy

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.


It’s forecast that renewables will make up more than one-third of the world’s supply of power for the first time in 2024.

This is good, especially considering global energy demand will increase next year, and we will need more renewables capacity as fossil fuel-generated power slows, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA).

The IEA also shows fossil fuel-generated electricity decreasing in four of the years from 2019 to 2024.

Renewable energy has grown in importance over the past few decades as more people begin to understand the impacts of climate change and countries look to limit their dependence on foreign sources of fossil fuels.

The renewable industry includes various sources of power, including hydroelectric, wind, solar, and more. While much of the technology has remained the same over the past few years, there are also tech advances on the horizon.

One up and coming renewable is green hydrogen, which many are now calling the energy of the future.

Green hydrogen is hydrogen produced by splitting water by electrolysis, using renewable energy sources such as wind or solar.

There is increasing consensus that green hydrogen could be used in almost every sector that today depends on fossil fuels.

Renewable Energy Courses

Tonex Renewable Energy Training courses and seminars include solar, wind, hydro, geothermal, and biomass (wood and wood waste, municipal solid waste, landfill gas and biogas, ethanol and biodiesel).

Learn how they are produced and managed. Unlike fossil fuels and nonrenewable sources (oil and petroleum products, gasoline, diesel fuel, heating oil, hydrocarbon gas liquids, natural gas, coal and nuclear), which are finite, renewable energy sources regenerate.

Participants will learn how 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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