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Welcome to Forethought India One-on-One Courses. Our program is designed to provide students with the skills and knowledge necessary to excel in their chosen profession. Our instructor for this course is  Senior Climate Economist & Researcher Sam Vosper at University of cambridge.


Embark on a transformative journey in the "Mastering the Future of Energy" course, where participants will delve into the intricate dynamics of the energy sector. This comprehensive program equips individuals with a profound understanding of both conventional and renewable energy sources, alongside emerging technologies shaping the industry. From policy and regulatory insights to the application of advanced technologies like artificial intelligence, participants will gain a holistic perspective on the global energy landscape. The course empowers strategic decision-making by exploring economic factors, market dynamics, and ethical considerations. With a focus on innovation, entrepreneurship, and sustainable practices, attendees will be well-prepared to navigate the complexities of the energy sector and contribute meaningfully to its evolution. The capstone project provides a hands-on opportunity to synthesize knowledge and design a sustainable energy future. This course is designed for those seeking to master the intricacies of energy, fostering a mindset that aligns with global sustainability goals and prepares individuals to drive positive change in the energy landscape.

At the end of the program, students will receive a certificate & performance letter by the eductor indicating that they have completed the program and acquired the necessary skills and knowledge to excel in their chosen profession.

Mastering the Future of Energy, by Sam Vosper

  • Sam is an affiliated Lecturer in the Department of Land Economy where he primarily supervises the MPhil in Environmental Policy programme and Paper 5 of the undergraduate Tripos. He is an applied environmental/development economist by training and completed his PhD at the Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge. His PhD thesis titled: Microfinance and Mobile phones: an economic analysis of the perceptions, management and measurement of environmental risk in rural Kenya, was supervised by C-EENRG Fellows Shaun Larcom and Andreas Kontoleon. He was a recent recipient of the McKinsey Risk Prize (2020) and a finalist for the Cambridge Society for Applied Research (CSAR) Award (2022). Previously, Sam has worked as an economic advisor on climate change issues in Southern Africa.

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