A selection of our professors:

Prof. Catrinus Jepma 
Prof. Catrinus Jepma - Energy and Sustainability
Prof. Catrinus Jepma is professor of Energy and Sustainability at the University of Groningen. Prof. Jepma has long-term experience in lecturing and research. His field of expertise is energy policy and markets, environmental impact and policy issues, energy efficiency measures and energy technologies. He is listed as an author of more than fifty publications. Aside of his   academic work, he guides policy makers and project developers in  the field of for example renewable energy and alternative energy sources. Through his years of involvement as (coordinating) lead author of the IPCC, Prof. Jepma received a personalised certificate for his share in the Nobel Peace awarded to IPCC in 2007.

 Masterclass in Energy Storage , Masterclass in North Sea Energy

Prof. Alexander Van de Putte 

Alexander Van de PutteProf. Alexander Van de Putte is Member of the Board of The National Investment Corporation of the National Bank, Kazakhstan. His professional career includes executive positions at the Kazakhstan Development Bank, the World Economic Forum and Shell, PricewaterhouseCoopers and McKinsey. Alexander is Professor of Strategic Foresight at IE Business School, Co-Director of the Master of Energy & Sustainability Leadership at the Graduate Institute. Previously, he was Visiting Professor of scenario planning at INSEAD and at other leading Business Schools.

Alexander is an economist and engineer by training, was a BAEF Fellow at Harvard University, holds a PhD in Finance (London), a Doctorate in International Relations (Geneva) and a PhD in Engineering (Cambridge). His research covers strategic foresight, governance and sustainability issues.

He is involved as a guest lecturer in several EDI's courses and events.

Prof. Jan Willem Velthuijssen

Jan Willem Velthuijssen - Strategy Partner at PwC

Prof. Jan Willem Velthuijsen is currently Chief Economist and Strategy Partner at PwC. Prof. Velthuijsen is also Professor of Economics at the University of Groningen. Before holding these positions, he was responsible within PWC to set up a Competition and Regulation Team and worked on assignments regarding economic issues and analyses of markets, as applicable in antitrust and economic regulation questions, state aid and societal cost benefit analyses, business case and business review appraisals, valuation and financial economic modeling, macro-economics and corporate finance.

Executive Programme New Energy Realities

Prof. Bob de Wit 

Prof. Bob de Wit is Professor of Strategic Leadership at Nyenrode Business Universiteit and Co-Director of the Centre for Strategy. Bob de Wit is also the Director of Strategy Works/Strategy Academy, a member of the Rotterdam Economic Board and a member of the International Advisory Board Rotterdam. Prof. De Wit has (co-) authored 18 books, 49 articles and chapters in books. Before holding his current positions, Prof. De Wit was a professor in strategic management at the Rotterdam School of Management. He held additional positions including in the Advisory Board of the Journal of Change Management, in the Strategic Management Society Review Board and in the Academic Council of the Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées in Paris.

Executive Programme Energy Transition and Innovation

Prof. Ad van Wijk

Prof. Ad van Wijk is sustainable energy entrepreneur and part-time Professor Future Energy Systems at Technical University Delft, the Netherlands. In 1984, Prof. van Wijk founded the company Ecofys, which eventually grew into Econcern. The company developed many new sustainable energy products, services and projects. Now, his research at the TU Delft is focused on the study of energy systems of the future. Besides research into hydrogen and fuel cell cars, he realises new energy systems at “the Green Village”. He also works for KWR Water Research Institute, where he develops and implements the research programme Energy and Water. As member of the Northern Innovation Board, he wrote an extensive plan concerning the potential and development of a Green Hydrogen Economy in the North of the Netherlands

Masterclass in Hydrogen

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