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Tuesday, April 30, 2019
  
 
 
Editorial
 

We have entered in an era of significant challenges but also opportunities for the region of South–East Europe when it comes to energy, but what is the future of the region both in the EU and globally? What are the latest developments on sustainability and the new financing and corporate business models? These questions will be answered by ESCP Europe's faculty members and top industry professionals this May in Athens. If you would like to attend any of these discussions, click here.

Upcoming activities can be found below:

1. Online info Session on Energy Management Programmes: If you are interested in joining our postgraduate MSc in Energy Management (MEM) or the Executive Master in Energy Management (EMEM), we would like to invite you to join our online on 9 May. To register, click here.  
2. The 4th HAEE Energy Conference taking place in Athens on 6th-8th May. The event is organised by the Hellenic Association for Energy Economics (HAEE), Greek affiliate of the International Association for Energy Economics (IAEE).
3. Open Evening on "The Work of the Future" taking place on 9th May at our London Campus. With the arrival of Digital Transformation and Artificial Intelligence, the world of employment will never be the same again and tech-based innovation is no longer a choice. Inevitably, humans and machines will collaborate in the workplace of the future. To find out more, click here

Energy Programmes at ESCP Europe:

Admission process for the 2019 intake of our MSc in Energy Management (MEM) is open. To find out more, contact Viktorija Nikitina at [email protected] or +442074438873.

For those who are more advanced in their professional career, we also offer a part-time Executive Master in Energy Management (EMEM). Individual modules from the EMEM programme are offered as an optional study track. Admissions for the programmes operate with rolling deadlines. To find out more, contact Crochenka McCarthy at: [email protected] or +44 (0)20 7443 8823.

Our masterclass in "Small Scale LNG" in cooperation with Energy Delta Institute and Fluxys will take place from 28th - 30th October, 2019. Participants will have the opportunity to learn about the latest technologies and business models from the world’s leading regions in small scale LNG, Northern Europe and Scandinavia. To find out more, please click here.

Finally, to keep up-to-date on all activities at the Centre, we invite you to join our LinkedIn group, Energy Management @ ESCP Europe and follow us on Twitter: @EnergyEMC.

 
 
Conferences & Workshops
Affiliates Events
6 -8 May, 2019 | Athens

4th HAEE Symposium

ESCP Europe Business School and its Energy Management Centre (EMC) will take part as Knowledge Partners at the 4th HAEE Energy Symposium organised by the Hellenic Association for Energy Economics (HAEE) on 6 - 8 May 2019 in Athens, Greece.

It is an undeniable fact that we are witnessing a new evolving era in the global energy scene. This volatile environment poses serious questions, challenges and opportunities for countries, industries, professionals and academics. Apart from globally-oriented concerns, the symposium will focus on the European energy sector which should constantly cope with uncertainties in the South-Eastern European region, which is a very sensitive area due to continuously changing geopolitical and social conditions.

 

ESCP Business School & EMC
9th May 2019 | ESCP Europe's London Campus

The Future of Work: Postgraduate and Executive Education Open Evening

What is the Future of Work?

With the arrival of Digital Transformation and Artificial Intelligence, the world of employment will never be the same again and tech-based innovation is no longer a choice. Inevitably, humans and machines will collaborate in the workplace of the future. But what kind of career should the graduate of the future be looking for? And how do organisations need to adapt to meet the expectations of new joiners as they evolve at a breathtaking pace?

Those were the questions that were be discussed by an expert panel on 9 May at ESCP Europe London Campus.


Academic Programmes

London - Paris - Internship

 

London - Paris - Berlin - Madrid - Consultancy Project



Work For Us

Assistant/Associate Professor in Energy Management
This position will be on the London Campus of the School with commencement in September 2019.

 


 
The EMC Advisory Board

The EMC Advisory Board is comprised of top energy experts from the world's industry leaders in both the public and private sectors.

  • They advise the EMC in several different areas:The curricula of the MSc in Energy Management and Executive Master in Energy Management, ensuring both programmes meet the needs of participants on academic and professional levels.
  • Research that makes significant impact on best business practices.
  • Current and future activities which benefit the EMC's partners, affiliates, students and alumni.

Our Mission

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Centre News
Thursday, April 18, 2019
 

We have entered in an era of significant challenges but also opportunities for the region of South –East Europe when it comes to energy, but what is the future of the region both in the European Union (EU) and globally?

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Tuesday, April 9, 2019
 

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