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Friday, October 29, 2021
  
 
 
Editorial
 

In just two days, Glasgow will welcome international leaders to accelerate action towards the goals of the 2015 Paris Agreement and achieve carbon neutrality by 2050. COP26 comes at a crucial juncture as nearly 200 countries will report on how they are or not respecting promises made at the 2015 climate summit in Paris.

Our newly elected Energy Society will invite top industry experts to discuss the outcomes of COP26 in November and December. More details to be announced soon.       

Online Events:

1. Invited talk on "What Community Energy Can Achieve at Scale" taking place on 10th November with Calum Macdonald, Director at Point and Sandwick Trust - the largest community owned wind farm in the UK . More details to be announced soon. Stay tuned! 

2. Invited talk on "How Nuclear Can Support Global Responsible Growth" taking place on 18th November with John Valentino, International Clients Director at Centrus Energy and ESCP Business School’s Executive Master in Energy Management Alum (Class of 2019). 

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In case you missed it, you can check the research by our world-class faculty on why businesses should embrace sustainability. 

Energy Programmes at ESCP:

Admission process for the 2022 intake of our MSc in Energy Management (MEM) is open. To find out more about the specialisation, please click here or contact us at [email protected]

Our new Executive Master in Future Energy is now accepting applications for the February 2022 intake. For more information on the programme, please click here or contact our recruitment team at [email protected].

Finally, to keep up-to-date on all activities at the Centre, we invite you to join our LinkedIn group Energy Management @ ESCP Business Schooland follow us on Facebook.

 
 
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EMC Invited Talk Series
18th November, 18:00 - 20:00 | Online

How Nuclear Energy Can Support Global Responsible Growth?

To fight climate change, nations all over the world must continue to embrace renewable and non-emitting energy generation to combat greenhouse gases emission. However, natural resources (or the lack thereof) may push countries in certain directions to ensure complementary diversification of their energy sector. As a major source of non-emitting generation, nuclear energy must be a growing part of the solution. 

With the acknowledgement that energy requirements can mean so much more than just electricity (e.g. district heating, H2/chemical production, process heat, thermal storage, desalination, etc.), country strategies need a workable diverse solution of non-emitting technologies (wind, solar, nuclear) to flexibly meet ALL their needs.


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Wednesday, August 11, 2021
 

Sustainability is on the cusp of an evolutionary leap. Companies all over the world are beginning to explore more sustainable ways of doing business, primarily due to the global climate emergency. They consider their long-term ...

 
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