Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Energypath 2019



Energypath 2019 will focus on “Financing the Energy Future”. With innovations in renewable energy and energy efficiency technologies emerging at an exponential rate, our energy portfolio is becoming increasingly sustainable. This shift towards a more sustainable future is made easier by recent advancements in energy financing. This conference will feature both energy and financial experts who will present financing options that support this growing shift towards renewable energy and energy efficiency.

Energypath 2019 will be held July 25, 2019. Pre-conference energy camps will be held July 22-24. On Thursday, July 25th, there will be a conference, an expo and middle and high school science fairs. For a detailed schedule, please visit our agenda page.

Energypath 2019 will be held at DeSales University:

           DeSales University
           2755 Station Avenue
           Center Valley, PA 18034

CAMPS:

Introduction to Sustainable Energy
Introduction to Sustainable Energy is the perfect course for those who have little to no experience with sustainable energy technologies. This introductory course answers the question ‘what is sustainable energy?’ by examining basic energy and electricity concepts, energy sources and energy efficiency topics in the classroom.
Topics include:
  • Tax credits and rebates for renewable energies
  • Electricity
  • Energy sources
  • LEED certification
BioEnergy
This course will provide participants with a theoretical and hands-on introduction to biomass and biofuels. Participants will engage in laboratory activities including biodiesel feedstock evaluation and explore the process of biomass gasification and related thermochemical conversions (e.g., pyrolysis and combustion) through hands-on activities and demonstrations.
Topics include:
  • Biomass feedstocks
  • Conversion processes for biofuels
  • Testing of finished biofuel
Solar PV
This hands-on workshop will provide participants with a detailed look at both the technical and environmental aspects of solar energy. Participants will also erect a 3 kW grid-tied solar array as part of this energy camp.
Topics include:
  • Solar radiation
  • Site assessment
  • PV system components
  • Economic analysis
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