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Pathways to Net Zero


About the Course

This is an extensive three-day programme designed to empower professionals with the skills and knowledge required to navigate and achieve net zero emissions. The course delves into a variety of renewable energy sources and innovative technologies that are crucial for balancing greenhouse gas emissions with removal from the atmosphere. Participants will explore technologies such as offshore and floating wind, blue and green hydrogen, and tidal and wave energy. Additionally, the course covers the significant role of Carbon Capture Utilisation and Storage (CCUS) in reducing carbon footprints. 

The course is structured to provide a thorough understanding of these emerging technologies through a blend of expert insights, practical case studies, and interactive discussions. Attendees will gain both theoretical and practical knowledge, enabling them to appreciate the complexities and applications of these technologies. This combination of learning methods ensures that participants are well-prepared to apply these strategies in real-world scenarios, driving forward the net zero initiative within their organisations and industries. 

Day one of the course focuses on introducing the concept of net zero emissions and its global importance. Participants will learn about the various policies and frameworks that support the transition to a low-carbon economy. This foundational knowledge sets the stage for a deeper dive into specific technologies and their roles in achieving net zero. 

The second day is dedicated to renewable energy technologies. Detailed sessions on offshore and floating wind energy will highlight their potential and current applications. Participants will explore case studies demonstrating successful implementations and discuss the challenges and opportunities within this sector. The day also covers blue and green hydrogen, examining production methods, applications, and the hurdles to widespread adoption. Attendees will gain insights into how these hydrogen technologies can complement other renewable energy sources to create a more sustainable energy system. 

On the final day, the course shifts focus to emerging technologies and strategies. Sessions on tidal and wave energy will provide an overview of their potential contributions to the renewable energy mix. The course will also cover Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS), discussing its principles, technologies, and real-world applications. Participants will explore the latest advancements in CCS and understand its critical role in reducing industrial emissions. 

Throughout the course, interactive discussions and group activities will encourage participants to share experiences and insights, fostering a collaborative learning environment. By the end of the programme, attendees will have a comprehensive understanding of the technologies and strategies essential for achieving net zero emissions. They will be equipped with the knowledge to drive sustainability initiatives within their organisations and contribute meaningfully to global efforts in combating climate change. 


Who's it for
  • Energy sector professionals: This course offers essential insights into cutting-edge technologies revolutionising the energy industry.

  • Policy makers: Gain a deep understanding of technological advancements necessary for crafting effective sustainability policies.

  • Environmental consultants: Enhance your ability to advise clients on the latest sustainable practices and technologies.

  • Project managers in renewable energy: Improve project planning and execution with in-depth knowledge of innovative energy solutions.

  • Academics and researchers: Stay updated with the latest developments in sustainable energy technologies to advance your research. 

Learning Objectives
  • Develop a comprehensive understanding of net zero emissions and their strategic importance. 

  • Gain in-depth knowledge of renewable technologies such as offshore and floating wind energy. 

  • Understand the principles and applications of Carbon Capture Utilisation and Storage (CCUS) and their role in reducing emissions. 

  • Learn about blue and green hydrogen production, applications, and the challenges faced in the renewable energy sector. 

  • Explore the potential and capabilities of tidal and wave energy technologies. 

Course Content
Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the evolution and components of subsea systems.

  • Identify key features and functions of subsea production control equipment.

  • Describe subsea system configurations and their operational processes.

  • Recognise various subsea processing techniques and equipment.

  • Demonstrate knowledge of subsea intervention methods and tools.


Your Tutor

Amrit Tutor
Amrit Chandan

Dr Amrit Chandan, a renowned entrepreneur and expert in the field of chemical engineering, specialising in sustainable energy solutions. Named on the Forbes 30 Under 30 list and awarded the Hawley Award for Engineering Innovation, Amrit has expertise in renewable energy technologies, including sustainable energy storage. Amrit has been featured in prominent publications like The Telegraph, The Guardian, and BBC.


"This course provided a comprehensive overview of cutting-edge technologies driving the net zero agenda. The practical case studies were particularly enlightening."
"The blend of theory and practical insights on new technologies was exactly what I needed. Excellent course!"
Subsea Engineer

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