Our doors are opening this February for everyone to discover the undergraduate and postgraduate programmes offered at ESCP London Campus.
Discover the London Campus at our next Open Day and find out why London is ranked the best city in the world for university students and future business leaders.
KPMG reports that despite the growth of renewable energy in the last decade, today renewables only generate 14% of global energy, and are expected to power 77% of the world by 2050.
Entrepreneurship in the industry is key to bringing clean energy solutions and meeting the 1.5°C global goal. How can entrepreneurs unleash creativity, innovate and create clean energy solutions?
In 2021, the International Energy Agency (IEA) identified a looming mismatch between the demand for critical minerals and their availability. IEA’s findings served governments and companies worldwide to develop critical mineral strategies and investments.
Last year, the IEA launched its first-ever critical minerals market review that showed significant opportunities that could enable us to achieve our 1.5°C goal and transition away from fossil fuels, the main cause of climate change.
On behalf of Dr Georgia Makridou (Academic Director, MSc in Energy Management and Director of the Energy Management Centre) and Dr Soon Leong (Assistant Professor of Finance, ESCP Business School and Co-Academic Director, MSc in Energy Management), we have the pleasure of inviting you to our UK MEM Alumnight Event.
Where: ESCP London Campus – 527 Finchley Road, London NW3 7BG
When: 7th March 2024
Format: Networking & Cocktail
Dress code: Casual
Time: 7:00pm – 9:00pm