Advanced Master in management of energy projects

  • Institution: Ecole des Ponts ParisTech
  • Duration (days) - Training places: 365 days -
  • Tax-exclusive price : 12000 €

  • €12,000 if financed by Applicant.
    €15,000 if financed by Employer.

    Not including the preparation to the PMP certification (project management professional) of the Project Management Institute

    These prices are subject to change

    Available in intra : No / E-learning included : No

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    The Advanced Master ‘Management of energy projects’ aims at:

    • Provide participants with a strong knowledge base and the interactions skills necessary to make informed decisions in the energy area (technologies, policies, regulations, financing, etc.) and to design robust energy projects in varied and ever-changing environments
    • Encourage a holistic approach of energy project management, with the knowledge and skills to avoid professional silos

    To discover


    • Economic & Societal Aspects
    • Technological Innovation & Challenges
    • Value, financing & Risk Management
    • Project Management & Organizational Issues
    • Optional: Preparation to the PMP certification (project management professional) of the Project Management Institute

    Training site: Champs-sur-Marne (France)

    According to the International Energy Agency, investments in the energy sector amounted to US$ 1.8 trillion in 2017. Energy projects are often technically complex and capital intensive. They need to be designed to run over long periods over which technologies and policies evolve. The energy sector is undergoing many disruptive transformations, further increasing the complexity of projects. The transition from fossil to low carbon energies is accelerating to help to reduce CO2 emissions and is accompanied by stringent technical challenges to manage intermittency and decentralization, by an evolution of business models from subsidized tariffs to regular market competition, and further on to innovative business models enabled by digitalization. Social acceptance issues and the emergence of energy production and storage at extremely local scale imply that new key stakeholders need to be involved in energy projects.


    Program strenghts:

    • Diverse student population reflecting multiple cultures and disciplines.
    • This corresponds to the current demand of future employers seeking teams that are multicultural and multidisciplinary.
    • Diversity of courses taught by renowned academicians and seasoned professionals.
    • This model allows students to acquire critical thinking and risk analysis abilities.
    • The courses will be taught entirely in English


    Careen prospects:

    The skills acquired will enable participants to work in Europe and abroad in:

    • Energy generation, distribution, trading, etc. firms
    • Energy equipment & services suppliers
    • Construction industry
    • Finance institutions
    • Banks
    • Investment Funds for Infrastructure
    • Development Banks or equivalent
    • Audit and Consulting firms
    • Communication firms
    • Administrations
    • Public sector institutions

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    Duration (days) : 365 days

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