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Energy can be studied from many different perspectives, including economics, physical sciences, geography, engineering, law, psychology and sociology. If you are a student, you can often choose a topic of focus for part of a course, paper or subject. Energy is a topic of high economic, environmental and social importance, nationally and internationally.

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One of the problems the energy sector faces is in ensuring sufficient and innovative capability to meet current and future employment demands. Building on the Review of Energy Courses in New Zealand Universities (2007) and Energy Education in New Zealand. Views from Universities (2008) reports, NERI staff recognised that the information flows between...

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In 2007, under its first contract with the Tertiary Education Commission (TEC), NERI completed an analysis of industry demand for graduate employees and provision of university energy-related courses by the universities in New Zealand. Subsequent to the 2007 review, NERI communicated with relevant partner Tertiary Education Institution (TEI) curriculum...

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This project, completed in May 2009, set out to extend and update the market research undertaken in 2008. The 2008 project gathered information about student perceptions and knowledge of the energy sector, energy system and energy education from the universities of Otago and Waikato.

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The Foundation for Research Science and Technology (FRST) have contracted NERI to create an 'emerging energy technology map'. The map will be used to assiste FRST in its energy research investment decisions. The map will not only detail the key facts associated with these emerging technologies but will aim to apply an 'applicability' score to the...

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