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Ulster University: Energy Storage

Institution Ulster University
Department Belfast Campus
Web http://www.ulster.ac.uk
Email admissions@ulster.ac.uk
Telephone +44 (0)28 9036 6309
Study type Taught

Summary

The MSc Energy Storage provides a thorough grounding in the core disciplines of energy storage and is embedded in global best-practice, technology and the economics of its deployment. The course combines technology understanding with critical assessment of performance characteristics within energy market structures, giving graduates an expertise in sizing and selecting the optimum energy storage technology.

There are several career opportunities, development pathways and progression platforms. In the United States, it is predicted that there will be over 350,000 energy storage jobs by 2025. The EU will support a new battery manufacturing industry with 200m Euro investment. The UK Clean Growth Strategy reports over 430,000 people are employed in the low carbon sector and 17,750 jobs are linked with the growing energy storage and electric vehicle industry.

There are a wide variety of roles in energy transmission companies, energy distribution companies, energy supply companies, consultancies, or public sector at a regional or national government level.

IMPORTANT: A number of courses will be transitioning to the Belfast Campus. The new campus is on schedule to open its doors and welcome students from September 2021. With the impact of COVID-19 prevailing into 2021, the University is working closely with contractors to mitigate any impact of the pandemic on the opening date.

Master of Science - MSc (PG)

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