University of Leeds, the United KingdomUniversity of Leeds
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Renewable energy and reducing carbon emissions are top of the global environmental agenda. This Masters programme is designed to address the fundamentals of renewable energy, showing how solar, wind and other energy sources can work harmoniously and be efficiently integrated into practical power systems.
You'll study core power engineering topics such as power converters, electric drives and control alongside modules specific to renewable energy sources and power system.
At the same time, you'll study a unique range of modules on the generation of electricity from solar and wind power, energy management through the applications of power electronics and comprehensive analysis of smart grid systems. You'll also explore the opportunity to address the control and management issues in modern energy systems.
The School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering here at Leeds is an exciting and stimulating environment. It's home to specialist teaching facilities and a wealth of leading researchers working on real-world issues and contributing to global change. This means you'll be learning the most up-to-date practices, equipping you with the specialist skill set and knowledge you'll need to address the renewable energy challenges and problems in a wide range of careers.
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