Towards Energy TransitionGER/TET

Who should attend?

  • This training provides an understanding of the energy transition through the analysis of environmental regulation, the identification and the share of renewable energies in the energy mix, as well as the answers and strategies of the actors of the energy sector.
Audience :
  • This training is designed for energy producers and consumers, professionals from other sectors, such as industries or government, that require an understanding of the energy transition.

Level : Foundation

Course Content

  • WHY ENERGY TRANSITION?

      • Review of the international regulation on the environment and environmental policies (Kyoto, COP 21 & 22).
      • Different scenarios of energy demand and supply (IEA, BP Exxon Mobil, EIA…).
      • Identification of the renewable energies (share in the energy mix, investments…).
      • The issues of energy transition and energy efficiency.
  • THE ANSWER OF THE ACTORS OF THE ENERGY SECTOR TO THE ENERGY TRANSITION

      • The European Union and the energy transition: evolutions of the European energy policies.
      • Strategies of the actors of the energy sector to energy transition:
      • Investments.
      • Mergers and acquisitions.
      • Reorganization.
      • New actors in the energy transition landscape: from “consumers” to “prosumers”.

Learning Objectives

  • Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:
  • synthesize the latest evolutions regarding environmental regulation,
  • identify the renewable energies (share in the energy mix, CAPEX…),
  • understand the answers and the strategies of the actors to energy transition.

Ways & Means

  • Quiz.
  • Discovery of environmental regulation.