The world’s energy markets are facing inevitable change. Climate change is a cause for alarm. The goals and concerns are triggering energy technology investments all over the world. The energy technology market is growing and will be growing for many years to come. The growing and changing market calls for new or improved products and services.
The change calls for new management competences and skills and continuous improvement of businesses as well as updated strategies.
Energy Policy and Renewable Energy Management is aiming to increase the knowledge of participants in Energy Business Management. The module gives key elements to provide successful and profitable business. This module contains latest knowledge and tools applied to energy business, especially renewables and energy efficiency.
The module is part of our Executive MBA program, but it is possible to do the module as separate studies.
|After being part of the module, participants will be able to:|
|Remember||The key ideas concerning the barriers, challenges, and opportunities related to the energy transition.|
|Understand||The energy transition at its different levels: macro-meso-micro as well as the energy in the end-use sectors (e.g., transportation, buildings, agriculture, smart grids) and the complexity of the energy policies and how the EU energy policy frame functions in practical level.|
|Apply||The energy transition framework (MLP) into his / her company environment.|
|Analyze||How main enabling and supporting technologies, business models, market design, and systems operation which are necessary to support the transformation to a renewable future, and how the regulatory, organizational, and behavioral changes associated with the energy transition, will not only present new challenges for the energy ecosystem but also open up new business opportunities within his/her company business environment.|
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”This module offers a detailed look at the various aspects of the energy transition, covering broad, intermediate, and detailed perspectives. Participants will develop a thorough understanding of this significant change, learning about the associated regulatory, organizational, and behavioral shifts. This all-encompassing view highlights the challenges and reveals a range of new business opportunities within the energy sector.”Prof. Miadreza Shafiekhah, Scientific Director Energy Business eMBA