Energy Transition



In this MasterCamp© on Energy Transition, you will learn about the changing landscape of energy production and consumption, and the transition from fossil fuels to renewable sources. The course will cover the various technologies, policies, and economic forces driving this transition, as well as the challenges and opportunities it presents for businesses and society as a whole.


  •  To take this MasterCamp©, you will need a basic understanding of energy systems and the ability to read and interpret technical and scientific documents. A background in engineering, environmental science, economics, or policy is helpful but not required.


This MasterCamp© is designed for professionals, entrepreneurs, policy-makers, and students interested in understanding the dynamics of the energy transition and how it will impact their respective fields. It is also suitable for individuals who want to learn more about the technological, economic, and societal forces driving the transition to a cleaner, more sustainable energy future.

  •  The MasterCamp© includes a series of video lectures, interactive exercises, and case studies designed to help you understand the key concepts and practical applications of the energy transition. You will also have access to online forums and discussion boards where you can collaborate with other students and engage with the instructor. At the end of the MasterCamp©, you will receive a certificate of completion to demonstrate your newfound expertise in energy transition.
  • By taking this MasterCamp©, you will gain a comprehensive understanding of the key technologies and policies driving the energy transition. You will also learn about the economic, environmental, and societal implications of the transition, and how it is reshaping the energy industry and society as a whole. Additionally, you will gain insights into the emerging business models and investment opportunities in the clean energy sector.


  • Through this MasterCamp©, you will develop the skills needed to analyze and evaluate the various technologies, policies, and economic forces driving the energy transition. You will also gain the ability to identify and evaluate emerging business models and investment opportunities in the clean energy sector, as well as the skills to communicate your findings to stakeholders in your respective field.
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My Story

Louis Boisgibault is a French higher education director, corporate director, professor, researcher, and author. He was born on June 30, 1962, in Neuilly-sur-Seine. Boisgibault earned a master’s degree in economics and management from Université Paris-Dauphine in 1984 and a MBA from HEC Paris in 1990, with an exchange program at the Wharton School. In September 2016, he successfully defended a PhD thesis at Sorbonne Université in geography. Boisgibault worked for eight years at BNP-Paribas in Paris and Amsterdam, then as an executive director and board member for energy projects at Electricité de France and Engie Group in Paris and London. In 2006, he co-founded and led VALMERE, a consulting firm specialized in energy transition. Boisgibault has published several books, including “Energy Transition in Metropolises, Rural Areas, and Deserts” and “L’énergie solaire après Fukushima, la nouvelle,” and has written numerous book chapters and conference papers. He currently works as the director of development and cooperations and a full-time faculty member at North American Private University in Sfax, Tunisia.

Where I’ve Worked

2021 - Now
Shareholder & assessor - Climate investment at Team for the Planet (France)
2006 - 2023
Founder & Managing Director - VALMERE (France)

Skills you will gain

Energy Transition

  • Energy transition
  • Renewable sources
  • Technologies
  • Economic forces
  • Business models
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