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The energy sector is undergoing a deep transformation. Incumbent players are challenged by new market entrants, long-established practices are giving way to new technologies, traditional market structures are overturned by new regulations and business models.
In cooperation with thought leaders Bloomberg New Energy Finance, business school ESCP Europe, German think tank Agora Energiewende and PwC, Energy Delta Institute offers a unique executive programme zooming in on this far-reaching transformation.
New business models, innovation and leadership and financing are at the heart of this programme which will take you to Amsterdam, Berlin and London. Nowhere else will you be able to gain similar critical insight into the energy transition.
* In cooperation with Bloomberg New Energy Finance, ESCP Europe, Agora Energiewende and PwC
* Includes e-learning, case studies and New Energy Essay
* High practical use value
The Executive Programme New Energy Realities focuses on the development of new business models at a time of massive and disruptive change in the energy market. It has three main parts.
First, it looks at how value propositions are changing and how new value may be created in energy markets. Consumer focus is considered key to survival and success.
Second, it addresses the role of energy companies in the changing energy landscape and looks at the innovation and leadership skills needed.
Third, it focuses on the financial side of the energy transition: where will the hundreds of billions of euros needed for the transition come from and how can sustainable energy projects be financed.
Modules 1 and 2 are combined in the first week. In the middle of that week we travel from Amsterdam to Berlin by fast train. On the train workshops will be held on the future of mobility. Module 3 takes place two months later in London. In the intervening period you will write a New Energy Essay.
This executive programme is for mid/senior career level professionals with considerable working experience in the energy sector. For example:
This program is divided into 3 modules at 3 locations.