NEFI announced the opening of a newly restructured Virtual Energy Leaders Program for fall 2021. This year’s Virtual Energy Leaders Program will again be hosted by Tuck Executive Education at Dartmouth, and will be held virtually via Zoom with an updated focus on current issues.
The theme for 2021 is “to better equip energy business leaders with the skills needed to identify and manage today’s unique challenges, including ongoing safety concerns related to COVID-19 and other health threats and the clean energy/carbon tax/electrification movements at the state, federal and community levels.”
The virtual sessions for energy industry executives, managers and employees will be held on Tuesday and Thursday mornings for four weeks, beginning Oct. 12. The virtual format has enabled NEFI to significantly reduce the cost, and a single registration will allow each business to add a second attendee to each of the sessions, maximizing the impact to the overall organization. Companies will also be relieved of the additional costs of travel and executive accommodations.
As in the past, the program will provide networking and growth opportunities through sessions with Tuck’s faculty thought-leaders, discussion groups, interactive guest speaker sessions and more.
NEFI’s Education Foundation first launched the Energy Leaders Program in 2019. The 2020 program had to be postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Registration for the Virtual Energy Leaders Program is open now, and limited. To register for or learn more about the Virtual Energy Leaders Program, visit NEFI.com/education or contact Lisa Avery, Lisa.Avery@nefi.com, (617) 924-1000.
The National Energy & Fuels Institute, based in Southborough, Massachusetts, is a trade association representing independent dealers of heating oil, propane, biofuel and motor fuels, as well as businesses that support the deliverable energy industry through a range of products and services. NEFI is the industry’s center for national legislative and regulatory advocacy, representing Main Street family businesses before regional and federal policy makers, the media, and the public. NEFI’s Education Foundation provides member companies with business and leadership training, educational conferences, guidance in complying with federal rules and regulations, trade shows and networking events. For more information, visit www.nefi.com or call 617-924-1000.
Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth was founded in 1900. Tuck Executive Education designs and delivers personalized learning initiatives. Visit exec.tuck.dartmouth.edu to learn more.