Energy Entrepreneurship and Rural Electrification (EERE)

EERE enables participants to turn their start-up ideas into business models and plans for the decentralized energy sectors of developing and low-income markets. Its main sessions focus on useful tools and thinking processes such as idea spotting, design thinking, business model development, lean canvas, start-up team development, sustainable finances, legal issues, risk management, and funding. The course also showcases case studies and successful local and international examples.

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Type Course for students
Usual target Groups Graduate students
Duration range 1-2 weeks crash course
Previous Experiences Annual course at TU Berlin since 2005
Learning Outcomes Entrepreneurship; business tools; business plan;
energy solutions; green business; business models;
start up development
Usual Number of
Participants
12 – 20

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