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Masterclass: Power Supply Industry in transition, by TenneT, Alliander and Eneco

When:Th 01-06-2017 09:00 - 15:30
Where:Energy Academy Building – Lecture room 0010 (ground floor)

Large, institutional companies like TenneT, Alliander and Eneco are researching and preparing for a new future. What will it entail? An interesting topic to chew on for students from a broad range of study fields.

Though the energy transition will affect every energy-related company and in some way, no sector will be influenced more than the power supply sector itself. The main source of power due to be changing, the rest of the power supply chain will have to change with it. On top of that there are also the effects of climate change, energy security and the ever increasing energy demand. All these are issues the power sector will have to contend with as we move towards completely renewable energy sources.

Masterclass programme

  • Presentations by TenneT, Alliander and Eneco
  • Lunch
  • Case study in groups of students
  • Case presentations

Through a series of presentations given by TenneT, Alliander and Eneco, you will learn about the scope of the tasks and responsibilities of each company. A unique opportunity to discover how these companies intend to adapt to the changing environment – and to give your own views on the subject by working on a case study.
During the masterclass you will have the opportunity to find answers to interesting questions, ask critical questions yourself and give your feedback. Finally, you will present your solutions and views to the other teams and a panel of experts.

So, if you want to gain in-depth knowledge about the challenges that the Dutch power sector faces, get first-hand insights from professionals that face these issues every day and learn what role you can play, you should not miss out on this!

Seize this opportunity to be part of a challenging Masterclass with leading experts in the field!

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