The Future of Energy College plugs a vital global gap that has been missing for a long time. This gap is the lack of 3 types of course:

1. A course that provides homeowners and business leaders the ability to quickly understand all forms of micro-renewable energy that can help to reduce their overheads (e.g. electricity or heating bills)

2. Courses that allow you to use metrics never used by salesmen, but regularly used by government, investors or accountants to discover if the type of renewable energy being offered is really worthwhile.

3. Courses that provide comprehensive knowledge of the global future of energy,



The Future of Energy College broad objective is to make the world a better place by providing ordinary people with information, knowledge and know-how to help themselves to be more sustainable, less reliant on fossil fuels and influence governments. We cover the scientific breakthroughs and transformative technologies that work to maximise human potential and lead to a better, more civilized world.


John Clarkson BA(Hons) MSc

John Clarkson BA(Hons) MSc

Course Writer & Tutor


John Clarkson is the Founder of the Future of Energy College. He has many years experience in the renewable energy industry. He has developed software and runs a Consultancy business. In 2018 he noticed that many companies were misrepresenting the financial benefits of micro-renewable energy. He thus decided to start utilising training courses that he had developed within two major companies to help people online, globally, get to understand how to properly assess the technical and financial opportunities micro-renewable possesses.

John is your source for any questions you have about our courses, so please feel free to email him using our main email address or contact form.

Tatjana Anders

Tatjana Anders

Course Presenter


Tatjana Anders is a professional actress, course presenter and entreprenneur. Tatjana has been working for the Future of Energy College since 2017 and has established herself as our major course presenter. Tatjana brings energy and joie de vivre to all of courses. Tatjana is currently working on part 2 of our ‘Future of Energy’ courses which will be released over the next year or so.


What is the Future of Energy College all about?


The aims of the FOEC are to:

  • Give you enough information so that you can assess which type of micro-renewable energy is right for any situation
  • Be able to assess the financial benefits of investing in renewables
  • Put you in a position where you can start to work towards becoming an Energy Futurist

What is an Energy Futurist?


An Energy Futurist is someone who understands concepts such as Peak Oil, EROIE, exponential use of resources, substitute technologies, Net Energy and a whole lot more that allow them to be in a position to advise businesses on what risks the future has to offer, and how they can take advantage now of renewable energy that can cut their energy use and lower their CO2 emissions.

This is a huge growth sector and hardly any university of college is focusing on it. There’s a reason for that: many fossil fuel energy companies own or fund colleges and universities. This means that they are reticent to offer courses on this subject. If people knew what was going to happen in the next 50 years or so to the way humans obtain power their transport, homes and industries, it might affect the stocks and shares of the oil companies. Knowledge after all is power…

That’s where the FOEC comes into play. Unlike our competitors who only deliver their courses to people that already have degrees, we want to start from the bottom up. Everyone should have a knowledge of energy, where it comes from, how it is made, and efficient ways to utilise it.


Making Contact

Being an online college means we have invested heavily in our online presence. Although we do offer tutorial support, most of this will be via emails, Skype or other such systems. Note also that Time Zones vary considerably across the world.


If you wish to visit us please email us to arrange an appointment. Our offices are not used for meetings with students or other prospective clientele.


Please use our Support page for contacting us or our email address



We recommend you contact us on UK time if you wish to speak to someone, or please leave a message and we will do our utmost to get back to you as soon as possible





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