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A collaborative project with leaders from the energy markets

A course co-created by academics and professionals

Grenoble Ecole de Management, a leading business school with a strong knowledge of innovation, technology and management, has brought together the best partners to build a solid program of the highest quality.

This project has been made possible by:

The GEM Energy research team and faculty of the Advanced Master’s in Energy Marketing and Management at Grenoble Ecole de Management,

Tenerrdis, the cluster for the energy transition, driver for innovation in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region. Tenerrdis aims to promote sustainable business growth and job creation across the new-energy-technology industries by developing new technologies to drive the energy transition through R&D projects involving industrial, institutional, academic, and scientific partners,

Grenoble Institute of Technology - Ense3 dedicated to take up the challenges associated with the new energy order, with the increasing demand of water, both in quantity and quality, and with the sustainable development. Ense3 also looks at new methods of energy production, energy transportation and storage systems (including Smartgrids), and inspire the future of building and transport. Ense3 contributes to the internationalization of its courses with 2 Master’s programmes: “Hydraulic Engineering” and “Electrical Engineering: Smart Grids and Buildings”,

Air Liquide, the world leader in gases, technologies and services for Industry and Health, Air Liquide is present in 80 countries with approximately 67,000 employees and serves more than 3 million customers and patients. Aware of the energy and environmental challenges, and thanks to its strong expertise in the field of gases, Air Liquide develops innovative solutions to offer an efficient response to the major challenges facing the society. Hydrogen and biogas are complementary energies which allow notably reducing significantly the carbon footprint of vehicles. Air Liquide is present across the entire value chain of these two promising areas and contributes to their development in France and internationally,

CNR a corporate laboratory for tomorrow’s energies France’s leading producer of 100% renewable energy (water, wind, sun), the Compagnie Nationale du Rhône (CNR) has forged a unique distributive model around the Rhône concession that combines green electricity production with territorial development. Since 1934, it has operated and developed the river in the framework of three missions entrusted to it by the State: electricity production, developing river navigation, supplying irrigation and assistance for agriculture. An industrial model in the general interest, CNR plays a major role in developing the territories crossed by the river. Its philosophy : close cooperation with the stakeholders and the spirit of joint construction for the benefit of all. A key player in energy transition and combating climate change, CNR innovates daily as a corporate laboratory for tomorrow’s energies in the service of territories,

GE Renewable Energy a 10 billion dollar start-up that brings together one of the broadest product and service portfolios of the renewable energy industry. Combining onshore and offshore wind, hydro and innovative technologies such as concentrated solar power, GE Renewable Energy has installed more than 400+ gigawatts capacity globally to make the world work better and cleaner. With 12,000 employees present in more than 55 countries, GE Renewable Energy is backed by the resources of the world’s first digital industrial company. Our goal is to demonstrate to the rest of the world that nobody should ever have to choose between affordable, reliable, and sustainable energy,

Think Smartgrids association presided over by Philippe Monloubou, Chairman of the Board for Enedis. Its Vice-Presidents are Olivier Grabette, member of the Management Board of RTE and Serge Subiron, CEO of the company Ijenko. It is composed of members from the business world, universities, competitive clusters and stakeholders in the electricity industry and some small companies. In its aim to create a Team France of smart grids stakeholders the professional association Think Smartgrids, ensures the development of the French Sector among the world’s greatest economies and in a global market estimated to be worth 30 billion Euros. Through its actions and the support it provides, the association hopes to create 10 000 direct jobs in France by 2020, and a revenue of 6 billion Euros (with 50% from export),

Yélé a leading French consulting company founded in 2010, dedicated to the Energy & Utilities sector (E&U), at the convergence of energy transition and digital transformation. Yélé advises its customers on business transformation in the Energy & Utilities sector, from strategic to operational level and projects implementation. With the best academic backgrounds and extensive experience in energy, the 43 consultants of Yélé Consulting are advising their clients in several sectors of the E&U ecosystems: renewable energies integration, energy efficiency, Smart Grids and Smart Cities, energy market analysis. Its consultants are involved in all phases of a project, such as strategy, definition of business requirements, implementation and feedback analysis. In addition, Yélé Consulting provides pro-bono assistance to major NGOs working in the energy and sustainable development sectors,

Schneider Electric the global specialist in energy management and automation. With revenues of ~€25 billion in FY2016, our 160,000+ employees serve customers in over 100 countries, helping them to manage their energy and process in ways that are safe, reliable, ef cient and sustainable. From the simplest of switches to complex operational systems, our technology, software and services improve the way our customers manage and automate their operations. Our connected technologies reshape industries, transform cities and enrich lives.
At Schneider Electric, we call this Life Is On.

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New Energy Technologies: Energy Transition and Sustainable Development

Grenoble Ecole de Management

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