Energy Industry Experts Available for the Classroom

Bringing the company to the classroom and the classroom to the company is a key component of the Office of Energy and Environment’s efforts to integrate the operational, academic, and research opportunities related to energy at Ohio State. To that end, OEE has invited Ohio State’s energy partner companies to make their experts available to provide presentations/talks in our classrooms, when and where an instructor believes an industry perspective would be beneficial.

The list of companies and experts will grow, and faculty are encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity. Currently available topics include (but are not limited to):

Competitive energy market tradingWeather forecasting
Wholesale and retail energy pricingWind farm operations (turbines 101, control centers, weather issues)
Wholesale markets (RTO operations)Building energy efficiency (Mechanical, lighting, HVAC, plug loads)
Energy merchant developmentBuilding energy audits
Regulated utility operationsEnergy service company (ESCO) operations
International renewables marketsWholesale and retail energy pricing
Regulatory – generation sitingEnergy efficiency in the competitive marketplace
Environmental compliance regulationCareers in the energy industry
Renewable energy certificates marketsDemand response, load shaping,

Experts can address students of varying levels of knowledge, from the non-engineering student with limited knowledge of the energy industry to advanced graduate students with very specific knowledge and/or questions. To inquire about scheduling a classroom speaker or to suggest specific companies or topics of interest please contact us at energy.environment@osu.edu.