EIT InnoEnergy Career Impact Challenges

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Organised by EIT InnoEnergy’s Career Centre during Enlit Europe, the EIT InnoEnergy Career Impact Challenges connect students with real-life energy projects of major European energy companies.

What is EIT InnoEnergy

EIT InnoEnergy is the sustainable energy engine of Europe. Founded in 2010 by the European Institute of Innovation & Technology with the mission of accelerating Europe’s energy transition. Nowadays, we bring together ideas, inventors, students and industry.

EIT InnoEnergy Master School is the go-to destination for current and aspiring sustainable energy engineers. All our programmes are double-degree two-location programmes which are offered at some of the highest-ranked technical universities and business schools across Europe. As a result, students are trained in innovation & entrepreneurship in addition to top engineering skills.

At the EIT InnoEnergy Career Centre, we provide expert professional support to ensure our talents make a smooth and empowered transition into the labour market. This is achieved through activities such as the Career Impact Programme. The Career Impact Programme is a 12-month professional development journey that is fully aligned with EIT InnoEnergy Master’s programmes.

EIT InnoEnergy Career Impact Challenges Enlit Europe 2022

 

Expertly designed to bring depth and context to the academic and technical work of our students, the Career Impact Programme is built on one-to-one coaching, dynamic interaction with industry experts, real-world exposure, and continuous, personalised feedback on our student’s progress. 

As a result, they develop:

  • A rock-solid understanding of industry requirements and the realities of working life
  • The practical skills and confidence to create value from day one
  • A road map to deliver significant and lasting impact across their future career.

The EIT InnoEnergy Career Impact Challenges

The Career Impact Programme finishes with the EIT InnoEnergy Career Impact Challenges, where students put their learning into practice by solving real-life challenges.

Organised by the EIT InnoEnergy’s Career Centre during Enlit Europe, the EIT InnoEnergy Career Impact Challenges connect students with real-life energy projects of major European energy companies.

In the Career Impact Challenges, the brightest international student teams compete to conceive innovative sustainable solutions for current challenges in the energy industry and are an excellent way for EIT InnoEnergy Master’s students to demonstrate their skills, expertise and creativity.

The EIT InnoEnergy Career Impact Challenges offer participants great match-making opportunities with industry leaders and a unique opportunity to extend their network. While sponsoring companies can bring their specific business challenge so students, who then create a solution according to their needs with the aim to bring instant value.

Introducing the 2022 Challenges

Bable

Basquevolt

EnergyVille

Siemens Energy

McKinsey

Join the 2022 Edition

Contact us
Career.centre@innoenergy.com

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Diamond Partner

  • Schneider Electric

 

Platinum Partner

  • Siemens AG

 

Gold Partners


  • Baker Hughes
  • Energy Web Foundation
  • Energynest
  • Ericsson
  • Gridspertise
  • Palantir
  • SAP
  • Siemens Energy
  • Solar Turbines
  • Wartsila

Silver Partners

  • Alfen
  • Babcock & Wilcox
  • Capgemini
  • G&E
  • IEEMA
  • IFS
  • Italgas
  • Landis+Gyr
  • Meters and More
  • Microsoft
  • NODES
  • PRIME Alliance

 

Knowledge Partner

  • Enel Foundation

 

Legal & Regulatory Partner

  • Pinsent Masons

 

Utility Partner

  • Dtek Grids
  • Enel Grids
  • RTE

 

Sponsors

  • ABS Group
  • AC Boilers
  • Accenture
  • Bergen Engines
  • Cisco
  • Cleanwatts
  • Driivz
  • Efacec
  • EnergyDome
  • Greencom Networks
  • Hive Power
  • Hiven Energy
  • iCONTEST
  • Itron
  • Kaluza
  • Kigen
  • Kore Wireless
  • Kraken Technologies
  • Last Energy
  • Minsait
  • Mytilineos
  • Nextgen
  • Oracle Energy and Water
  • Ormazabal
  • Piclo
  • Pietro Fiorentini
  • ProEnergy Services
  • PSM, a Hanwha company
  • Sentient Energy
  • SLM Solutions
  • Sungrow
  • Trilliant Networks
  • Uniper
  • Waterfall Security Solutions

 

Initiate Partners

  • EIT InnoEnergy
  • Enel Innovation Hubs
  • IMI
  • Rockstart
  • Siemens Energy
  • Start Up Energy Transition
  • TotalEnergies

 

Industry Partners

  • AIGET
  • ANIE Federazione
  • ANIMA Confindustria
  • Avere
  • CHARGE Energy Branding
  • CO2 Value
  • COGEN Europe
  • currENT
  • dena
  • DERlab
  • E.DSO
  • EASE
  • Elettricità Futura
  • Energia Media
  • ESMIG
  • ESWET
  • ETIP SNET
  • ETN
  • Eurelectric
  • Eurogas
  • Euroheat & Power
  • European Biogas Association
  • European Energy Retailers (EER)
  • Flow Batteries Europe
  • Generazione Distribuita (Distributed Generation)
  • GEODE
  • Hydrogen Europe
  • IEC - International Electrotechnical Commission
  • IPPF
  • IRENA
  • Lombardy Energy Cleantech Cluster (LE2C)
  • OSGP
  • Ricerca sul Sistema Energetico - RSE SpA
  • SmartEn
  • Start Up Energy Transition (SET)
  • VDMA
  • VDMA
  • VGBE Energy