Biomass In A Nutshell

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I have moved this post to another blog, The Renewable Energy Hub. you can read the post here: Biomass In A Nutshell

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How To Master the ERP Exam in 10 Steps.

by Admin Energy Risk Professional Exam

Start preparing early, and finish early. I recommend you start reading the original study material at least 6 months before the exam. You may assemble the reading materials from the original publications instead of the GARP package. The material is exactly the same, with the exception that the GARP exam preparation package already has all […]

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Solar Energy In A Nutshell

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Nuclear Energy In A Nutshell

by Admin Energy In A Nutshell

Just 66 nuclear power plants satisfy the bulk of all the electrical energy need throughout the USA. Together, they produce about 1,000 GW of electricity a year. The complete electricity-generating ability in the world is around 3,500 GW a year. The main dangers from a nuclear reactor are a meltdown of the core and the […]

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Hydroelectric Energy In a Nutshell

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What Is The ERP Exam? What To Expect, And How To Prepare For It

by Admin Energy Risk Professional Exam

The Energy Risk Professional (ERP) is a new professional designation from GARP aimed at risk professionals working in the physical and financial fields of energy. I was actually studying for the CAIA (Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst) and the CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) when I became interested in energy risk management. It was intuitive to me […]

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How Will the ERP Designation Help Me to Advance My Professional Career?

by Admin Energy Risk Professional Jobs

A common question I get in emails is this one: “I already work in the energy industry. What will the ERP (Energy Risk Professional) designation do for me to advance my career?” This is an obvious question often heard from energy marketers, energy commodity traders, engineers, and energy risk managers. The ERP designation is not […]

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