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Let’s address these questions with experienced experts in education in the energy transition. Main Discussion Points:

  • Crafting your educational path in energy transition
  • Leveraging and adapting traditional energy expertise, experience and skill set for opportunities in energy transition
  • Practical ways to keep up with fast-paced changes
  • Learning and training options for energy transition professionals.
Leon Stille
Leon Stille has a background in energy sciences (MSc and BSc) and is pursuing a PhD on energy policy. He runs his own company as an independent energy expert through his label, New Energy Institute, and holds several teaching positions at universities of applied sciences. He has over 12 years of experience in various roles, from business developer and lecturer to general manager within the energy transition. He is currently involved in education, technology implementation and project development globally, with a strong focus on sustainability.
According to IRENA, in 2019-2030, energy transition workforce is expected to more than double. The surge in demand underscores the critical need for professionals in the sector.

But on the supply side there is some frustration. Do you feel the lack of knowledge and understanding of the energy transition? Are you confused about choosing the best approach to study the new energy technologies and markets? Are you aware about comprehensive educational programs and training courses available? What is the definition of proficiency in energy transition, and how can one stay up-to-date in this constantly evolving field?
Manfred Hafner
Professor Manfred Hafner has been teaching energy transition and decarbonisation topics for more than a decade at The Johns Hopkins University (School of Advanced International Studies) and at SciencesPo (Paris School of International Affairs) as well as for worldwide executive education programmes like the New Energy Business School (NEBS). He also has a long track record of consulting governments and companies on issues related to the energy transition. On these issues he has published several reference books.
Tatiana Mitrova
Professor at SciencesPo Paris, Researcher at CGEP Columbia University, Founder and Director of the New Energy Advancement Hub (NEAH), has 12 years in executive education on energy transition.
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