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Energy in Emerging Markets Case Competition
November 13, 2020

The Energy in Emerging Markets Case Competition (EEMCC), sponsored by the MBA Energy Club, engages diverse and creative teams to address real energy challenges affecting the developing world. The one-day competition connects students, academia, and industry in pursuit of unconventional business-based solutions that expose unrecognized opportunities with positive social and environmental impact. Showcasing analytical and presentation skills, future leaders in the energy industry can demonstrate their global mindset, innovative thinking, and passion.

Description
At Duke and across the broader MBA community, there has been a growing interest in the nexus between energy access, clean energy and development in emerging markets.

Much of the work in this space is currently financed through international grants, impact investing or public private partnerships with local governments. Duke University’s Energy in Emerging Markets Case Competition will address one of the most difficult questions facing the development community: how can we generate and deliver clean energy to base or middle of the pyramid end users in a cost-competitive way.

The Energy in Emerging Markets Case Competition (EEMCC) engages diverse and creative teams to address real energy challenges affecting the developing world. The one-day competition connects students, academia, and industry in pursuit of unconventional business-based solutions that expose unrecognized opportunities with positive social and environmental impact. Showcasing analytical and presentation skills, future leaders in the energy industry can demonstrate their global mindset, innovative thinking, and passion.

2017 Outcome
- 1st Place: University of Pennsylvania - Wharton
- 2nd Place: Cornell University - SC Johnson
- 3rd Place: Michigan Ross
Eligible Schools
Duke - Fuqua School Of Business
Emory University - Goizueta Business School
Northwestern University - Kellogg
UC Berkeley - Haas School Of Business
UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School
University Of Alberta - Alberta School Of Business
Virginia Darden School Of Business
Yale School Of Management