Report emissions with the G-res Tool
A technical course on calculating GHG emissions from hydropower reservoirs
The next G-res Tool Training course will start on Monday 7 December 2020 (participants are required to attend live streaming sessions on the 7, 9 and 11 December). This course ends on Friday 11 December 2020.
Course participation is limited to 8. Registration is only confirmed upon payment. For more information, please email us at email@example.com.
This interactive online training course gives participants the basic knowledge of geographic information systems and reservoir GHG dynamics to assess projects using the G-res Tool. This training course is designed for professionals from all backgrounds interested in learning how to apply the G-res Tool.
The course will be delivered as a blend of online and offline engagement. Participants will take part in virtual classrooms where the trainers will deliver live lessons, including group activities and live Q&A sessions. Participants will receive an official certificate from IHA and will be accredited as Certified Users of the G-res Tool.
Meet your trainers
Course outline and objectives
Training Material Package (for download)
Lesson 1: Live session on the science behind the G-res Tool
Lesson 2: Live session on the G-res Tool model
Extra Material: Model Development
Lesson 3a: Step-by-step tutorial on G-res Tool
Lesson 3b: Step-by-step tutorial on G-res Tool
Lesson 4a: Step-by-step tutorial on Earth Engine Functionality
Lesson 4b: Step-by-step tutorial on Earth Engine Functionality
Lesson 5: Live Q&A session and theory review
Lesson 6: Running the G-res Tool and interpreting results
Lesson 7: Assess your own reservoir (with live feedback)
Lesson 8: Group presentations and validation process
This course offers a dynamic and thorough look into GHG emissions assessments from hydropower projects. You will learn how to apply an internationally recognised methodology to calculate the GHG emissions from your reservoirs.
Yes! We encourage applications from professionals with all levels of knowledge and experience.
Yes. Participants will receive an official certificate from the International Hydropower Association and will be accredited as Certified Users of the G-res Tool.
There is no exam but you will have to present your assessment results in a group discussion.
The cost of this training is £2,500 per participant. IHA members receive a 10% discount.