Cost Modelling and Effective Strategies for Successful Energy Transition


  • Starts: April 18, 2023
  • Length: 4 Days Days
  • Location: London
  • Fees: £ 2,500
  • Reserve: 40
  • Downloaded: 120

Programme Description

The rise of renewables and the transition from fossil fuels calls for leaders to take ownership of transition pathways and design climate-sensitive strategies that address growth objectives. Energy transitions are complex processes, the management and governance of which are characterised by large uncertainties and ambiguities.

Repositioning Strategy and Realigning Policies for Energy Transition is a Workshop designed to support leaders in the Energy, Oil and Gas industries to fully maximize business opportunities to bridge the energy gap, develop and execute policies that will aid a seamless transition to a sustainable alternative energy source and tackle issues pertaining to climate change governance, legislation and litigation

Programme Objective

Participants will be able to:

  1. Perform risk management analysis on hazards associated with energy transition projects throughout the project’s life cycle, and then make informed judgments.
  2. Take charge of energy transition paths and develop climate-sensitive policies to meet growth goals/li>
  3. Create an organizational vision for the future of energy transition/li>

Programme Modules

  1. Global best practice strategy for Energy transition
  2. The Nigeria Energy Transition plan and key milestones
  3. Environmental Social Corporate Governance
  4. Financing the Energy transition
  5. Policy and performance drivers for successful clean energy adoption
  6. Enabling cross-sector partnership for Energy transition
  7. Managing change for successful clean Energy adoption
  8. Sustainable business models to meet the challenges of Energy transition.

Programme Outcomes

At the end of this programme, participants will be able to:

  1. Take ownership of energy transition pathways and design climate-sensitive strategies that address growth objectives
  2. Develop their organisational vision for the future of the energy transition
  3. Examine the national, international, and societal implications, as well as the roles of governments and other actors in the justice and equity components of the energy transition.
  4. Carry out risk management analysis on the threats linked to energy transition projects throughout the project’s life cycle and make expert decisions thereafter.

Target Participants

CEOs, MDs, Board Members

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