This course is part of the Executive Master of Management in Energy in cooperation with BI Norwegian Business School and IFP School.
Following decades of deregulation, digitalization and a strong policy for de-carbonization, energy is undergoing rapid technological and economic change. As a consequence, energy industry has moved into new competitive terrain, and now exists in a dualistic limbo, between the conventional and the emerging new models. The course highlights the sources of these changes, and explores what they mean for energy markets and innovative business reconfiguration.
- The Basic Elements of Energy Industry,
- Commercial Challenges and Regulatory Approaches
- Innovation and Transformation Versus Static Efficiency
- Learning Curves and Niche Markets
- Business Models and Value Creation
- Policies and Business Strategies for Low Carbon Transition
- Digital Challenges and Opportunities
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