Energy systems around the world are undergoing enormous change. Wind and solar power, hydrogen plus new usage patterns and market mechanisms are potential game changers. But their beneﬁts and impacts are hugely interlinked, making it hard to plot the right investment path. This three-day online training course (three sessions of 4,5 hours each) helps you develop in-depth understanding about how the choices you and other stakeholders make affect your business. So that you can make better strategic decisions in an evolving energy landscape.
In the ﬁrst two sessions DNV will provide you with a comprehensive overview of energy transition related topics. Market roles, dynamic pricing, ETO trends and the role of hydrogen are addressed. In the third session, we will let you experience the complications and motivations of each stakeholder in the energy system by means of a digital role-playing simulation using the DNV Energy Transition Simulator.
After this training course, you will be able to:
- Understand the complexity and interactions in the energy system
- Better understand the impact of your decisions
- Develop a vision for the future of the energy transition
- Explore ways to apply that vision to your own
This training course is intended for managers, strategists, decision makers, investors, renewable developers and policy staff involved in the energy transition (e.g. TSO, DSO, industry, ﬁnance and public sector). Moreover, the course is highly suitable for new colleagues in the energy market and other professionals who wish to beneﬁt from DNV’s technical and commercial knowledge of the energy transition.
The Energy Transition Simulator is a state-of-the-art digital simulator. It presents an energy system in a country called Enerland. With the support of a DNV game master and expert facilitator, you play as one of ﬁve stakeholders in Enerland, a ﬁctitious energy system. Working as part of the region’s energy system, your goal is to increase your bank balance whilst helping Enerland reduce its carbon dioxide emissions by 80% over the period 2020 – 2050. Our energy transition experts will lead the group discussions and help players reflect on the choices they have made and explore ways to apply the learnings to their own situations. The simulation is now also available in an online format.
For more information and for registration, please refer to the leaflet or registration pages (see below course planning).
In-company and customised workshop
On request, DNV can also provide this training course or the simulation (only) at your location. Content and duration of the training course can be adapted to your specific needs.