If you’re looking to use engineering and technology to drive more sustainable solutions in energy supply and production, the future is looking promising. With renewable energy currently employing more people than the domestic coal sector and further job growth projected1 the demand for engineers with specific skills in this field is only going to increase.
The Master of Renewable and Future Energy solves a critical need to provide engineers with relevant renewable energy skills for a growing market. Renewable energy expertise cuts across many disciplines, including; marine renewables, biomass, geothermal, photovoltaics, electrical vehicles, as well as microgrids.
Hear from course coordinator Professor Tyrone Fernando:
1UTS Renewable Energy Employment in Australia Report 2020