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Management and Decision-Making for Energy-Sector Professionals

In Collaboration with Chair in Energy Sector Management


Quebec’s energy transition: Seize the opportunity

DID YOU KNOW…?

Transition énergétique Québec’s master plan for the province’s energy transition shows just how quickly the technological context is changing.

Knowing this, what approach should you take to the various programs and measures in place to reach the government’s energy targets? Will technology and the market ultimately be the forces that drive change in this arena?

To come out ahead in this energy transition, it’s crucial to take the time to understand the context and consider your options.

This practical, two-day seminar in energy sector management is tailored to Quebec’s energy policy context, including the impact of Transition énergétique Québec and relevant market trends.

The transition is occurring in a global context characterized by inadequate political will to address climate change, despite overwhelming evidence of extreme weather events and rising temperatures. Nevertheless, regional initiatives such as the Quebec-California carbon market are already underway, and technological advances (batteries, renewable energy production, artificial intelligence, etc.) are making it possible to do things differently than in the past.

This seminar will offer a chance to interpret global trends from a local perspective, taking into consideration Quebec’s particular legislative framework.

Fee

$1,695 + taxes

Length

Two days – 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Language
Course given in French
Dates

HEC Montréal
November 19, 20, 2020

The course will be a blend of in-person and online content OR fully online if the circumstances require it.

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Goals

  • Identify the opportunities and risks for your sector and the energy industry as a whole.
  • Develop a medium- and long-term action plan for your business to take advantage of the opportunities offered by Quebec’s energy transition.

Is this for you?

For professionals in the energy industry and anyone else interested in Quebec’s energy future and the opportunities being created.

Special features

  • Practical instruction from experts engaged in the energy conversation in Quebec.
  • A custom-made program for the business community developed in collaboration with HEC Montréal’s Research Chair in Energy Sector Management.

JOIN THE GROWING GROUP OF EXECUTIVES LEVERAGING HEC MONTRÉAL’S CONSIDERABLE EXPERIENCE TO BENEFIT THEIR COMPANIES.

Our vast knowledge of the energy sector is one of the reasons Executive Education HEC Montréal stands out from the crowd in this particular training niche. We have been helping energy industry managers and specialists hone their skills for more than 20 years. As a result, over 1,000 professionals have benefitted from our expertise, not only in Quebec but across the world in countries such as China, Columbia, Mexico, Algeria, Tunisia, Malaysia, Singapore and the Republic of the Congo.

“A great experience that more than lived up to the school’s reputation. Staff were attentive, and the teaching and materials were excellent.”

Bineta Ba

Instructors:

Pierre-Olivier Pineau
Pierre-Olivier Pineau
MA (Philosophy), PhD (Administration), HEC Montréal
Professor, HEC Montréal
Sylvain M. Audette
Sylvain M. Audette
MA
Guest Professor, HEC Montréal

This seminar on energy sector management focuses on identifying and understanding the opportunities available to Quebec managers and businesses in light of the province’s new energy policy. If you want to influence and participate in the action plans related to Bill 106, this is the course for you.

Day 1

  • Energy statistics
  • Industrial structure in the energy sector
  • Strategic management in the energy sector
  • Opportunities and risks in market development for fossil fuels, renewables and electricity
  • Looking ahead to 2030: Energy trends and challenges

Day 2

  • Energy market regulation in Quebec: Know the applicable legislation, relevant federal and provincial organizations, and the carbon market
  • Decision-making in a regulated environment
  • Gaining social, environmental and economic approval

Participants learn through discussion of lectures, case studies and data seen in class.

Participants in all of our seminars will receive a certificate of completion from Executive Education HEC Montréal.



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