Energy Delta Institute
Energy Delta Institute (EDI) is an international energy business school. Through a rich variety of energy training courses and networking activities, EDI prepares energy professionals for challenges they face in the dynamic global environment. EDI was founded in 2002 by GasTerra B.V., N.V. Nederlandse Gasunie, OAO Gazprom, Shell and the University of Groningen, later joined by EBN and Enagás. The global energy community acknowledges EDI as a platform on which both, partners and participants can exchange energy practices, knowledge and sustainable growth strategies.
International Energy Agency
An autonomous organisation, the IEA examines the full spectrum of energy issues and advocates policies that will enhance the reliability, affordability and sustainability of energy in its 29 member countries and beyond. The IEA has four main areas of focus: energy security, economic development, environmental awareness and engagement worldwide. IEA has also focused engagement to include countries beyond its membership. India is such a key partner country.
Nyenrode Business University
Situated on a 13th century estate, Nyenrode has a unique atmosphere to work and study. Nyenrode is the only private university in the Netherlands. In 1946, the industry frontrunners from leading Dutch corporations like KLM, Shell, Unilever, Philips and Akzo, took the initiative to start an institute where an action-inclined, internationally focused generation of new business leaders would be educated. The main goal was to rebuild the economic position of the Netherlands and Dutch enterprises after WWII. The Business University’s educational purpose reaches beyond the transfer and creation of knowledge, by also emphasizing the need to build business professionals with the right attitude and personal values.
Oxford Institute for Energy Studies (OIES)
The OIES, a recognized independent centre of the University of Oxford, is a leading independent and autonomous energy research institute of the world. Through its multi-disciplinary expertise it produces high quality, independent research. The Institute publishes unique analysis of topical global energy issues across production, consumption, markets, policy and regulation. The expertise and advice of OIES are frequently called on in direct interactions with governments, industry, policymakers, regulators and academics across the globe.