When: 15th February 12:30-18:00 Where: WTC Rotterdam
A Dutch speaking SET student?
Interested in a personal meeting with consultants active in the energy sector?
Curious about the working environment within a consulting company? Then don’t stop reading!
Energy consultant Fakton Energy organizes an in-house day at their office in the WTC in Rotterdam including a case study, office tour and rooftop drinks! The in-house day is free to join for any SET student!
In-house day program:
12:30 – 13:00: Arrival
13:00 – 13:30 Introduction to Fakton Energy and case study explaination
13:30 – 16:00 Work on the case study and office tour
16:00 – 16:45 Presentation of the solutiona to the case study
16:45 – 18:00 Drinks at Jules at the Sky bar
As the number of spots is limited, your CV is requested for registration. When the sign-up limit is reached, Fakton will select the students who will be invited. So make sure your CV is updated and you register in time by following this link!
Would you like to know more about Fakton Energy? Make sure to check out their website here!
With the new year in sight, we would like to introduce you to two committees DelftSEA is starting! As a fresh start for the new year, the Events Committee, as well as the Acquisition Committee, will be kicked off! Do you like organizing events? Or would you like to get in touch with companies within the energy sector? Join us!
The application can be done by filling in a (short) google form. The application starts on the 10th of January.
Want to know more? Check the committee descriptionshere or grab your free lunch and ask us questions outside the library on the 13th of January!
In a few weeks, it is finally starting: the DelftSEA Lustrum week! During the week of the 15th of November, a bunch of activities will be organized for students from SET, but also for any other student interested in the sustainable energy field!
First up, the Sustainability Symposium. This activity will take place on Monday the 15th of November at the Green Village of the TU Delft. For 10 euros, you can come by to see presentations of the Oceans of Energy CEO Brigitte Vlaswinkel, and former Ted-X speaker Annick Schmeddes from Sustainable Talent. Furthermore, a variety of student teams and startup companies will be present to talk about state-of-the-art sustainable innovations that are currently developed at the TU Delft. A lunch is included as well!
On the Wednesday the 17th, a Pub crawl is planned. For only 8 euros you can join a tour along all the nice pubs Delft has to offer, including two drinks!
The final activity of our Lustrum week is the Career Café networking event on Friday the 19th. The costs of this activity is also 10 euros. Get in touch with alumni, professors and companies in the field of sustainable energy! Explore the possibilities the academic and corporate world have to offer to anyone specialized and interested in the energy sector. Have a look at the multiple stands, and meet new people from within the whole sector during the speed dating event!
For members of DelftSEA, a ticket for the three activities together can be bought for only 20 euros. You can buy tickets for all activities via this link!
We hope to see you soon during our Lustrum! Lustrum Committee and Board of DelftSEA
Will you join us? Sign up now! Date: 14 October Time: 19:30 – 21:00 Sign up for free for econic live session (in Dutch)
On Thursday 14 October econic organises its third econic live session (via a livestream). The topic is: “What impact does the younger generation have on accelerating the energy transition?” Together with Fien Dekker (Rain(a)Way), Martin Eimers (Talent for Transition) and Floris Eigenhuis (Volt), we discuss the impact and influence of the younger generation and how this can be used to achieve real acceleration.
For more information and to sign up via this link.
Date: May 12 2021 Time: 10:00 – 12:30 Place: Fill in this form to receive Zoom link for the event!
Sunrock is the biggest rooftop solar project development company of the Netherlands. The primary focus of Sunrock is on large scale logistic buildings. With almost 150 MWp operational and + 1 GWp of SDE pipeline Sunrock is a substantial contributor to accelerating the energy transition. Due to congestion on the electrical grid and diminishing subsidies, the development of large solar rooftop projects is becoming increasingly challenging.
During our case study on the 12th of May the aim will be to use innovative solutions to both increase the sustainability of logistic buildings, and to create a more profitable business case, using the data from an actual Sunrock solar park. Can you come up with innovative ways to increase sustainability? The contributor of the best idea will be offered the chance to work on his/her idea during an actual internship at Sunrock.