Yesterday we enjoyed an interesting Lunch Lecture organised by Priogen Energy. We could understand how the intraday power market works with the integration of renewable energy generation, and we put our knowledge into practice with a market simulation game 💥
Thank you for coming, we hope you had fun and learnt a lot! Check out their website for knowing more about their new internship projects, which will be updated soon 🙂
On the 20th of March, 2020, the 1st edition of TU Delft and Leiden University Sustainability Career Day will take place. Organised by the Industrial Ecology Student Association (IESA Shift), this event will be a great opportunity to get in contact directly with inspiring companies. Sign up now to visit our career fair, participate in the workshops, have speed-dates with your potential employer, and have your professional photo taken for your Linked-in profile! This is the chance to emphasize your insight for your possible career opportunities!
Do you want to know about the company Priogen Energy, located in Amsterdam?
Learn how participation in the intraday market can contribute to reduction of imbalance costs related to renewable production, but also highlight practical difficulties with intraday trading. You will be able to experience these difficulties with a trading game afterwards!
The nice thing about a challenge is that it is also an opportunity: during the presentation they will propose internship projects that could potentially make intraday trading easier and more profitable.
The 25th of February the symposium “Fuel the Future: Today’s potential for a sustainable tomorrow” will take place in Theater de Veste (Delft).
During the day, many presentations will be given, along with general and parallel sessions. With this theme, the current energy issue of today and the transition from fossil fuels to sustainable forms of energy, with stricter rules on CO2 emissions, will be discussed.
Are you planning to take the next step in your career? And can use a helping hand? Apply now for the Marina van Damme Grant (€9000,-). This grant enables young female engineers to further develop themselves and to increase their career opportunities.