Programs & Events



Mentorship Program

The Mentorship Program connects Revers Student Fellows with successful energy industry leaders. The objective of this program is to cultivate a strong network and community of Tuck “energy” alumni. This program furthers the Mission and Vision of the Revers Center for Energy by facilitating a transfer of knowledge, wisdom, resources, and life experiences. The program is designed to create lasting, meaningful mentorship relationships through two-way dialogue that extends far beyond the duration of the program.

Visiting Executives and Speakers

Throughout the year, the Revers Center for Energy co-hosts visiting executives from a range of sectors within the energy industry. Many of these visitors share their insights through a lecture, open to the entire Tuck community. These events facilitate a deeper understanding of discrete, present-day challenges across the energy industry. A sample of recent visitors include:

  • January 17, 2017. Sergei Petrov T'12, Head of Strategy, Russian State Atomic Energy Commission (Rosatom). Topic: “Global Energy Markets and 2017 Outlook”
  • October 14, 2016. Daniel Reicher, Executive Director of the Steyer-Taylor Center for Energy, Policy and Finance at Stanford University. Topic: “Energy and Society.”
  • September 14, 2016. Elyse Allen, President & CEO, GE Canada.
  • May 5, 2016. Mary Powell, CEO, Green Mountain Power. Topic: “Becoming an Energy Company: A New Business of Model Utilities.”
  • April 25, 2016. David Hone, Climate Change Advisor, Shell. Topic: “Climate Change and the Road Ahead: Perspectives from the Oil and Gas Sector” (joint with Business and Society).
  • April 19, 2016. Marcus Norton T’09, Chief Partnerships Officer, CDP (formerly Carbon Disclosure Project). Topic: “Climate Change and the Road Ahead: Corporate Disclosure and Resource Stewardship”, an overview of the impacts of the Paris Agreements on businesses and investors.
  • March 31, 2016. Thad Hill T’95, CEO, Calpine. Topic: “Investing and Operating in Restructured Electricity Markets.”

Industry Workshops and Discussions

The Revers Center for Energy sponsors several workshops to facilitate practical learning opportunities outside of the classroom. These workshops are led by outside industry experts and range from introductory to advanced topics, preparing students for a successful transition into energy careers. The center also supports industry discussions, led by students with a background in a particular sector or topic. These events leverage knowledge within the Tuck community to help students stay abreast of current issues and opportunities within the energy industry.