About the Club

The Energy Club was founded in 2006 by a team composed of students from traditional energy sector companies such as oil & gas, utilities and heavy industry. Shortly after, the Club created its flagship event, the Global Energy Day. With the proliferation of energy generation and consumption in our daily lives, the club participation has since grown to include renewables, waste to energy, emobility, smart grid and energy consulting to name but a few. Through its strong network of energy companies, the IESE Energy Club organises various treks across Europe to educate as much as possible the students about the different opportunities in the energy sector.

Originally focussing on the IESE MBA audience, we now open most of our events either to the students of the IESE Global Executive MBA but also to any energy-enthusiast. The Global Energy Day is the IESE Flagship energy conference and considered as reference in the Barcelona energy eco-system.

Global Energy Day

To be part of the energy community.

For the past 10 years, the Global Energy Day has been the IESE Flagship energy conference to discuss various topics about energy, gathering hundreds of participants.

To understand the new technologies.

Over the past decades, new technologies have impacted the way we produced and consumed energy. The Global Energy Day is going to understand the different implications on March, 27th 2020

To generate disruptive ideas.

With an event designed for the students, professionals and energy-aficionados, the Global Energy Day aims at creating new ideas, discussions that might have a long lasting impact.

There is no better way to know more about the IESE Energy Club than following our blog. We discuss different topics regarding the energy sector but also all the events that we are organising to educate our students about electricity, smart mobility, oil and gas, nuclear, emobility …

Energy Blog

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Takeaways from BloombergNEF’s Latest Energy Transition Analysis

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London Trek 2019

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Where to stay ?

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