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Mentoring in energy

Mentoring in energy

It is a professional development tool that consists of the help offered by someone experienced to another with less experience or beginner.

With more than 30 years of consulting, I present this alternative.

  • Themes

    Regulated and deregulated electric power contracting
    Contracting of sources (gas, biomass, etc.)
    Arbitrage of energy costs
    Energy Efficiency
    Distributed generation (solar, wind, biodiesel, cogeneration, etc.)
    High voltage access
    Energy control and management
    Mediation and arbitration of conflicts 
    New businesses in the energy arena
     
  • To whom it is intended

    Board members
    Upper managers (C level)
    Directors
    Managers
    Technical guys
    Entrepreneurs 
  • Scope

    Decision-making processes
    Technical modeling of solutions
    Financial modeling of solutions
    Management solutions  
  • The great advantages

    It is "on demand," shaped to the perceived need of each client
    Can be face-to-face or virtual
    Mentoring is time-based: simple, easy, and super cost controllable! 


I am looking forward to hearing from you!

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