Impact Reports

The Center is building a thriving energy community at Tuck, Dartmouth, and beyond, as we work to inspire and shape tomorrow’s leaders in energy while engaging today’s energy community. We believe that regardless of industry, tomorrow’s wise, decisive leaders will need to make informed energy, climate change, and sustainability decisions throughout their careers.

Review our impact reports to learn more about how Revers creates opportunities for all stages of the MBA journey through programming that connects students with a network of global business leaders, supports research and thought leadership, and offers a distinctive blend of courses and programs devoted to the energy ecosystem.

2021 Annual Impact Report

During a time of global uncertainty and disruption, Tuck students proved to be resilient and embraced a variety of virtual learning opportunities. The Center kicked off the last academic year with a pre-term “trip” for the annual San Francisco Ecosystem Deep Dive (EDD) in partnership with the Center for Entrepreneurship. Three tracks consisting of Energy, Cleantech, and Entrepreneurship brought together 50 students in virtual groups from around the world to explore companies such as Cypress Creek Renewables, Elemental Excelerator, Calpine, Volta, Utility API, and 3degrees from around the Bay Area.

In preparation for the 2020 election, the Center hosted Colin Hayes, Energy Lobbyist, Lot Sixteen for a bipartisan discussion on how energy topics would influence the debate stage. Energy policy has always been a substantial factor in U.S. politics. It has evolved considerably over the years and, although it was overshadowed by COVID-19 during the debates, still factors in conversation around topics like climate change, energy security, or large-scale infrastructure innovation. These topics were also central to a discussion led by Jameela Pedicini, Executive Director of Climate Finance Initiatives, Bloomberg L.P. in September.

Among other highlights, a team of students virtually attended University of Texas McCombs School of Business National Energy Finance Challenge, taking second place, and placed fourth at both the Ross Renewable Energy and the Duke Energy in Emerging Markets case competitions. The Center also hosted the first annual Tuck Renewable Energy Finance Challenge. We are thankful for our generous partners who contributed to case development, funded prizes, and served as judges for the final competition.

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Past Annual Impact Reports

Impact Report 2020

2020 Center Impact Report

Center Fellows traveled to Hawaii in early 2020 to learn about the state’s plan to transition to 100% renewable energy. And ten Tuck students attended COP25 in Spain where they learned about the high-stakes negotiations involved in the transition to a low-carbon economy.
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Impact Report 2019

2019 Center Impact Report

The Revers Center for Energy, Sustainability and Innovation hit record numbers in student participation in the Center-led Energy@Tuck club, expanded co-curricular programming, and welcomed our largest cohort of fellows to date. With approximately 40% of the first-year class belonging to Energy@Tuck, we were proud to offer new and exciting programming to Tuck’s engaged, receptive student body.
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Impact Report 2018

2018 Center Impact Report

The 2017–18 academic year was a year of growth and innovation for the center, with a record number of new programs. In addition to welcoming our largest cohort of MBA fellows to date, we led a record number of new programs. It was a thrill to partner with Tesla to host Tuck’s inaugural energy case competition, welcoming more than ten peer school energy clubs to compete!
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Impact Report 2017

2017 Center Impact Report

The Revers Center for Energy, Sustainability and Innovation launched the inaugural Energy Leadership Mentorship Program in Fall 2016. 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.
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