Energy Transition and Leadership, the Fellowship on Energy Programme

Venue: Copenhagen

Location: Copenhagen, Denmark

Event Date/Time: Oct 22, 2012 End Date/Time: Oct 25, 2012
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Energy will be one of the leading social topics in the decades to come. The energy industry is subject to change due to distinctive trends and developments.

The FEP prepares the participants for the transformational challenges in the European energy business. Three programme modules offer a unique learning opportunity to address the challenges of the energy sector from different European perspectives and discuss them with business and institutional leaders.

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In all, the FEP consists of three modules. The Fellowship on Energy Programme is designed to integrate academic and practical knowledge with the corresponding energy business issue. Module 1: European energy policy 1. Current European energy politics The view of the EU, IEA and Russian governments 2. The pillars of energy politics a. Security of supply and demand b. Regulation c. Sustainability and the role of gas in Europe 3. Negotiation skills & cultural differences in Europe 4. Dinner with leaders of leading Energy Companies Module 2: Energy sources and company portfolios 1. Investment choices of large utility companies in Europe a. The energy portfolio of a power company b. Investments in nuclear, coal, gas and sustainable for power generation c. How business decisions will affect the future European energy mix d. Regulation and the impact on the investment choices e. Security of supply and security of demand aspects f. The contribution of companies to the sustainability objectives 2. Communication skills & cultural differences in Europe 3. Visit to the Gazprom Head Quarters and Dispatching Centre 4. Meeting with EBC representatives at Board Level Module 3: Alumni day - Leadership issues in Europe Each year the participants will meet the alumni of the previous editions, usually the alumni programme is being held in Berlin. A network has already been established of more than 50 enthusiastic participants.