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Friday, January 29, 2021
  
 
 
Editorial
 

May we take this opportunity to wish you a very healthy and prosperous 2021!

We are delighted to announce that ESCP Business School’s MSc in Energy Management (MEM) Programme has been accredited by the Energy Institute for the purposes of fully meeting the requirements for MEI. The Energy Institute accreditation confirms the top-quality education ESCP provides in partnership with industry leaders, and shows the School’s commitment to training the energy leaders of tomorrow. More information is available here.

Online Events:

1. Info Session: If you are interested in joining our postgraduate MSc in Energy Management (MEM), we would like to invite you to join our online on 1st February. To register, click here.
2. Invited Talk on "Carbon Farming: Assessing Global Opportunities and Challenges" with Mateusz Ciasnocha, CEO of European Carbon Farmers and ESCP Business School’s MSc in Energy Management Alum. More details to be announce soon. Stay tuned!

Research:

Working Paper on "Harnessing Nuclear Power to Meet Croatia's Energy Needs": Produced by ESCP's Prof. of economics Anthony J. Evans with the helpful research assistance from MSc in Energy Management Students Faith Ogedengbe and Lordia Yalley. This short policy report which considers the opportunities available to the Croatian government for the utilisation of new nuclear technology for domestically produced energy. Find out more here

The Southern Gas Corridor and its Importance for South- East Europe". Edited by Dr Kostas Andriosopoulos (Prof. of Finance) and Gulmira Rzayeva (Research Associate at the Oxford Institute of Energy Studies), this project was sponsored by BP Azerbaijan as part of its efforts to advance the energy transition. Special thanks to Christos Zisakis, Business Development Analyst at Alleans Renewables and MSc in Energy Management Alum for the great research assistance on this project.

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

 
 
Online Events
ESCP Business School & EMC
1st February | Online

Online Information Session for MSc in Energy Management

The MSc in Energy Management online information session, organised by ESCP Business School London Campus, is a great opportunity for you to learn more about the programme and discover how it may help achieve your career objectives.

When: 1st February
Time: 4:30 pm (GMT)


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Monday, January 11, 2021
 

We are delighted to announce that ESCP Business School’s MSc in Energy Management (MEM) Programme has been accredited by the Energy Institute for the purposes of fully meeting the requirements for MEI.

The Energy Institute accreditation confirms the top-quality education ESCP provides in partnership ...

Monday, October 5, 2020
 

ESCP Business School and its Energy Management Centre (EMC) are delighted to announce that our eighth cohort of MSc in Energy Management students recently nominated the board members of the School’s Energy Society.

Board members offer leadership for carrying out the society’s initiatives and engage ...



Research
EMC Working Papers
 
  • Croatia should commission a Small Modular Reactor (SMR) as a pioneer of new types of nuclear power station

This short policy report considers the opportunities available to the Croatian government for the utilisation of new nuclear technology for domestically produced energy.

As other European countries struggle to balance their desire for a reliable energy supply with their contribution to climate change, recent advances in nuclear technologies present a solution.

 

 
Anthony Evans , Lordia Yalley, Faith Ogedengbe
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Books
 

Over recent years, the European Union has been increasingly exploring new alternative routes and sources for natural gas due to energy security concerns, mostly associated with the Russian - Ukrainian circumstances and the significant role which natural gas is expected to have in the future. Currently it is considered as "the transition fuel" to the future green-energy reality. 

 

 
Kostas Andriosopoulos, Gulmira Rzayeva, Plamen Dimitrov, Leo Drollas, Jörg Himmelreich, John Roberts, Nicolò Sartori, Simone Tagliapietra, Theodoros Tsakiris, Mr. Mehmet Öğütçü, Christos Zisakis, Konstantinos Ioannidis, Filipos Ioannidis
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