European energy policy is driven by three separate but interlinked goals: competition, sustainability, and security. Changing geopolitics and geoeconomics, regulatory politics, customer behavior, corporate strategy, new technology, and increasingly global markets are driving changes in an energy world that combines the indispensable task of ensuring supply security with transition to low carbon economies and addressing energy poverty.
The course highlights the sources of these changes, and what they mean for energy policy, markets, and innovative business reconfiguration.
- Energy as a private, public and strategic good
- Energy and the Climate Challenge: Policy Challenges and the Need for Integrated Solutions
- Towards Green Transition: Perspectives and Tools
- Innovation and Industrial Transformation: The incorporation of distributed energy production and storage solutions alongside the central systems.
- Business Models for the 21st century: Facing the Security, Green and Digital Challenges
- Green energy transition: Industrial cases
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