Energy at Tuck
Revers Center for Energy Reflection: Drilling 101
"I quickly realized this would not be your average lecture when I saw my classmates dressed in oil-soaked and grease-stained work shirts from their past employers," says Scott Hessen T'19.
The Value of the MBA Case Competition
For one day, the Upper Valley transformed into Silicon Valley when aspiring techies from over 11 MBA programs around the world flocked to Dartmouth to solve a hypothetical business problem posed by Tesla. Read more.
5 Questions with Alex Kranitzky T’13, VP of Power & Utilities, Barclays Investment Bank
"I find energy to be incredibly interesting, because it touches every aspect of the economy. Working in a sector that focuses on a pure commodity, where brand doesn’t matter, is particularly compelling in an intellectual sense," says Alex Kranitzky T'13. Read more.
Commodity Trading Demystified
A one-day workshop hosted by the Revers Center for Energy gave Tuck students a crash course in commodity trading. Read more.
Energy 101 is a one-day course on the basics of the natural gas and power markets in the United States sponsored by the Revers Center for Energy. Read more.
Revers Center for Energy Speaker Series Hosts Head of Strategy at Rosatom
"It’s remarkable that executives at Rosatom fully realize and embrace the potential of clean energy and have a more optimistic view on it than many I have seen," says Andy Ladygin T'17.
Tuck Wins Third Place at Renewable Energy Case Competition
MBA candidate Blair Crichton T’18 recounts his experience during the highest showing for Tuck at the prestigious Ross Renewable Energy Case Competition (RECC) calling it, "a reflection of how energy at Tuck is growing in stature."
Energy Trek to Green Mountain Power’s Stafford Hill Solar Farm
It was inspiring to see a utility in the small state of Vermont focused on providing integrated energy services and generating clean, cost-effective and reliable power. With state-of-the-art demand response for power outages in a winter storm prone area, the GMP crew is setting new standards, including providing weather updates on Facebook and Twitter.
Engaging on Public Policy: Reflections on Inauguration Week Panels
During the week of the presidential inauguration, faculty and policy experts across Tuck and Dartmouth came together to discuss potential policy changes under a Republican White House and Congress. Topics included energy and the environment, health care, immigration, terrorism, education, trade, and more. Nearly 500 people from the Dartmouth and Upper Valley communities attended the panels.
Reflections on the 2016 HBS Energy & Environment Club Symposium
I am a 27-year-old woman from a small town in Mexico. I care about my country, its people, and the future. I believe energy will be a key resource, particularly in shaping the foundation of any economy around the world. Mexico’s energy reforms have attracted dominant energy players around the world in search of profit, but I, in true millennial fashion, search for social justice and sustainability (profit just happens to be a positive externality when you do the right thing). Enough about me, let’s talk about the visit to Boston. Read more.
Dan Reicher Delivers Energized Talk to Kick-off Irving Institute Speaker Series
As the first speaker in a series of lectures sponsored by the Arthur L. Irving Institute for Energy and Society, it was only fitting that Dan Reicher D'78, a Dartmouth alumnus whose career has spanned the worlds of energy policy, finance, and technology, was invited to deliver the talk. In the true spirit of the Institute’s mission, the event gathered students and faculty from the various departments of the Dartmouth undergraduate campus, the Tuck School of Business, the Thayer School of Engineering, and the local community. Read more.
Five Questions with Jeph Shaw
Interviewed by Shawn Curley, T’17
Jeph is a T’15 and currently works at New Energy Capital in Hanover, NH. Prior to NEC, Jeph worked on the finance team at TerraForm Power. Jeph was kind enough to answer five of our questions. Read more.