An advanced energy assessment course covering necessary commercial-industrial plant and facility testing required for obtaining output efficiency results on energy systems and equipment. Examines control concepts and performance characteristics and their application. Study includes use of controls and test instrumentation and equipment for determining productive and efficient operation in areas such as combustion, power demand, input and use of energy and environmental elements or other processes in power plants to ensure equipment is operating efficiently and within the specified range. Mandatory laboratory activities or authentic field activities.
Credit for Prior College-Level Learning
This course is identified as a departmental course for which a learner can receive college credit for prior college-level learning and/or skills acquired outside the traditional classroom. Terms of the HFC Credit for Prior College-Level Learning Policy may be met by review of the appropriate documentation, skill, certifications, and/or knowledge acquired by the learner and submitted for evaluation by the appropriate departmental faculty. As required, one or more of the following may be considered in the evaluation process: A. field experience B. licenses held C. completing course exams and/or D. performance sequences and/or E. competing a portfolio.