Energy Entrepreneurship in Development Countries (EEDC)
The Inclusive EEDC course aims at introducing students to how entrepreneurship can create positive impacts and value for low-income communities with clean energy technologies.
The course is a learning platform for students with business and/or technical knowledge and interest to start energy-related businesses. It is about generating ideas, developing skills and learning tools to plan a viable business idea and to foster energy access in the Global South. During the program, the participants will have the opportunity to create their own draft of a business plan for energy supply based on adapted energy technologies. For the course syllabus please click here.
|Type||Course for students|
|Usual target Groups||Graduate students|
|Duration range||4+ month|
|Previous Experiences||Course at TU Berlin El Gouna branch|
|Learning Outcomes||Understand energy access and economic development;
business models; business strategy; start up development
|Usual Number of
|12 – 20|