Joint Nordic Master’s degree programme, 2 years

Innovative Sustainable Energy Engineering

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System Integration of Wind Power

Study tracks

First year: NTNU. Second year: DTU.

In the study track System Integration of Wind Power the participants will achieve a general understanding of wind energy as seen as a part of the total energy system. They will gain specific knowledge on wind turbines but also on the various technologies related to wind energy in a system context. The study track enables the participants to analyze, design, develop and operate wind energy systems. The study track combines socio-economic aspects of sustainable energy with relevant technical disciplines, such as measurement techniques, design of wind turbines, planning and development of wind farms, grid integration of wind energy systems and a relation to smart grid development.

Learning outcome

Candidates with a degree from the System Integration of Wind power study line are qualified for jobs not only in the rapidly expanding wind energy sector, but also in Engineering companies and public bodies carrying out planning and development in relation to wind power and energy systems.

For more information take a look at the Study plan 2017/2018