NEFI Launches Revamped Virtual Energy Leaders Program for Fall 2021

Focuses on Current Issues to Build Management Skills

Published June 2021 by ICM

The National Energy & Fuels Institute (NEFI) has revamped its Virtual Energy Leaders Program for Fall 2021. The virtual program will again be hosted by Tuck Executive Education at Dartmouth and includes a renewed focus on current issues. It is designed for energy industry executives, managers, and employees.

The theme for the Virtual Energy Leaders Program 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 will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays for four weeks, beginning October 12th. Due to its virtual format, NEFI has been able to significantly reduce the cost. A single registration will allow each business to add a second attendee to each of the sessions. Companies will also forgo travel and accommodation costs.

The program will provide networking and growth opportunities through sessions with Tuck’s world-renowned faculty thought-leaders, discussion groups, interactive guest speaker sessions and more.

NEFI’s Education Foundation first launched the Energy Leaders Program in in 2019. The 2020 program was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Previous participants have called the high-caliber Energy Leaders Program “intense” and “transformative.”

Limited registration for the Virtual Energy Leaders Program is open now. Visit or contact Lisa Avery,, (617) 924-1000.