By the end of the course, students should be able to:
Understand the policy context and drivers for renewable energy adoption.
Analyze the different policy instruments and regulatory frameworks supporting
Evaluate the economic, social, and environmental impacts of renewable energy policies.
Examine the role of government agencies, international organizations, and NGOs in
shaping renewable energy policy.
Assess the challenges and opportunities associated with the implementation of renewable
Discuss current developments and emerging trends in renewable energy policy.
Class Participation (10%): Active engagement in class discussions, policy analysis, and
Policy Analysis Papers (25%): Weekly papers analyzing specific renewable energy policies
and their implications.
Midterm Exam (20%): Assessment of understanding key concepts in renewable energy
Policy Research Project (25%): Individual or group project researching and proposing a
renewable energy policy.
Final Exam (15%): Comprehensive exam covering the entire course.