Engineers are the brains behind the technology, from designing new vehicles to ensuring your office building's structure is sound.
Energy engineers ensure that electric energy is generated and delivered reliably and effectively. By improving efficiency, they also help customers use electric energy to meet their needs economically.
It takes a lot to be an energy engineer: smarts, dedication, analytical skills, and technical savvy. That’s where EPCE comes in. Continue pursuing your engineering career through the Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering degree from Clemson University.
"Electrical Engineering is the application of the laws of physics governing electricity, magnetism, and light to develop products and services for the benefit of humankind." - Clemson University
Due to the challenges in reliable energy delivery, the demand for engineers with knowledge in power systems is on the rise. This certificate provides education on distribution, stability, monitoring, protection and control in the modern power system.
The use of renewable resources represents a major paradigm shift for the electric power industry. Power companies are searching for new employees who can help them integrate renewable forms of energy into the grid - and for ways to enhance the energy-related skill set of their existing employees.