CHEME 6640

Course information provided by the Courses of Study 2017-2018.

The evolution of energy use and its influence on growing the world's larger economies. Markets driven by the mechanics of supply and demand. Economics of energy resources and elements affecting pricing. Supply and demand for energy by sectors and regions. Operating systems and costs. Economic drivers used in simulating energy systems and consumption factors. Supply/demand projections. Interplay between energy, environment, politics, economics, and sustainability.

When Offered Fall.

Permission Note Enrollment preference given to: students in the M.Eng. Energy Economics and Engineering Concentration (EEE), other M.Eng. programs followed by grad.
Prerequisites/Corequisites Prerequisites: college level economics course or AP micro and AP macro economics. Early admit M.Eng. students must take CHEME 6640 in the first semester of the senior year.

Course Attribute (CU-SBY)

Outcomes
  • Understand the world of energy economics and the linkages between different energy sources (h,j,k).
  • Understand the impact of energy on society and vice versa (e, h, j, k).
  • Evaluate energy projects with a keen understanding of project assumptions (a, j, k).
  • Develop a view on the environmental aspects of the use of energy (c,f,h,j,k).

View Enrollment Information

Enrollment Information
Syllabi: 1 available
  •  

  • 3 Credits Graded

  • 11178CHEME 6640  LEC 001

  • Preference given to students in the M.Eng. Energy Economics and Engineering Concentration (EEE), other M.Eng. programs followed by grad. Limited to seniors and above. Contact instructor (maq22@cornell.edu) to obtain permission and a pin to enroll.