Energy/Sustainability

Sustainable energy (also called clean or renewable energy) is power that can be replenished within a human lifetime and causes no long-term damage to the environment. Clean energy includes all renewable energy sources: hydroelectricity, biomass, geothermal, wind, wave, tidal, and solar energies as well as efforts to improve energy efficiency and storage. The electric supply industry is undergoing a rapid transition to these sources and, consequently, the renewables industry is exploding with career opportunities. Questrom graduates can fill a variety of roles such as project finance, consulting, clean-tech design, business development, analytics, and more. All of these require an understanding of energy infrastructure, investment, challenges, and value such as harnessing sustainable energy sources, utilizing sustainable energy carriers, increasing efficiency, reducing environmental impact, and improving socioeconomic acceptability.
The Feld Center’s Industry Relations Manager (IRM), connects business students who are passionate about sustainability and energy transition to a variety of organizations and functional roles in the clean energy sector.

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Candid Career

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The 8 Best Apps to Increase Sustainability in All Areas of Life

There are quite a few apps out there that help the environment by reducing your carbon footprint through planting trees, …

Climate Careers Podcast

Listen to this Climate Careers podcast for the Energy and Sustainability Industry.

Energy Start-Up Job Portal

Here is a job portal featuring open positions for many energy start-ups.

Energy & Sustainability Industry Guides – Firsthand

HOW TO ACCESS FIRSTHAND IN THREE EASY STEPS
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Energy & Environmental Sustainability Industry Conferences

A list of top conferences in the industry.

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