TED Talks (including examples of TEDx and TED-Ed)
A collection of TED talks on various topics related to electricity. The main TED website also includes links to topics such as energy, environment, ecology, pollution, etc.
Damien Ernst – The Global Grid for Empowering Renewable Energy.
TedEd includes video presentation, optional questions, an opportunity to “dig deeper” and a discussion tab.
James Sheils – Electric Vocabulary (history of words)
Joshua M. Sneideman – A guide to the energy of the Earth
Federico Rosei and Renzo Rosei – Can 100% renewable energy power the world?
The European Energy Centre is a a US-EU partnership for RES end energy efficiency education, which brings together several universities. They provide short training courses for students and professionals, including both on location and distance learning.
Crash Course is a learning channel on YouTube, which includes a series on electric current. Addresses various aspects of the physics behind electricity and how electric current flows.
Khan Academy’s website, covers a variety of learning topics, including energy. The energy page is broken down in several video lessons arranged by topic with small quizzes to test the knowledge gained.
The MOOC Platform (Massive Open Online Courses) provides free online courses accessible to all on a range of topics. The energy-related courses available through the platform include: “Our Energy Future,” “Understanding Energy Storage: The Battery Revolution,” “Energy Regulation and Environmental Law,” and “Renewable Energy Innovation.” Students of MOOC courses, which usually take place over a period of 4-6 weeks, have the option to purchase a certification confirming that they have completed the course.
The Engineering Mindset has a Youtube channel which contains a long list of educational videos explaining how different components of the HVAC electricity transmission system works in technical terms. The channel also contains a number of videos which explain how refrigerants, heating and cooling systems, and heat exchangers work.