Energy Markets

Hanzehogeschool Groningen proudly presents its new minor: Energy Markets. For students with a keen interest in future energy markets and a passion for the environment.

 

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This video, created by ExxonMobil (the world's largest publicly traded international oil and gas company) gives you a general idea of the challenges and opportunities in today's energy markets. Are you fascinated? Do read on and enroll in the minor Energy Markets!

Purpose and content

The minor addresses the transition of energy markets from a multidisciplinary point of view. The emphasis is on the operational side, where you will look at energy transition from a managerial, economic and legal perspective. We will begin with an introduction week to ensure that you start this minor well prepared. During this week, you will learn the rudiments in the field of energy: what is energy, why is energy transition necessary, what do energy markets look like, who are the players in the energy markets, etc.

We will then continue in the minor with subjects such as energy politics, energy law, market regulation, risk management, future energy markets and their business models. The programme also includes guest lectures and excursions. In addition, you will participate in two projects on energy related issues. In the first project you will assess the set up of an energy cooperative on the managerial, economic and legal aspects. The second project is all about the 'follow the money' theme. You will study the money flows aimed at encouraging the transition to sustainable energy provision: who is paying what, who will benefit from this and how does this affect the transition?

What can you do with it?

After completing this minor you will have gained more insight into the ways of energy markets. The minor will provide you with the knowledge and skills you need to develop solutions for energy transition related issues.

After participating in this minor, you could work as an advisor or policy adviser in the corporate sector or government. Or you could work for an investment company as an advisor on energy-related projects and startups. Closer to home you could help initiatives in your local community. Furthermore, you will be eligible for the energy certificate from the Net Energy Coalition and you could, after you have finished your studies, follow the European Master in Sustainable Energy Management for example.

Copyright animation "Outlook for Energy in 2040": ExxonMobil

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