Shaping the Energy Debate

The London School of Economics Students’ Union Energy Society is the student-led organisation specialising in the energy sector here at the LSE. A recognised member of the Collegiate Energy Association, our mission is to provide our members with the foundation, skills, and relationships to develop successful careers within the energy sector. We organise regular lectures and specialist talks on energy-related fields as well as an annual energy conference with the aim of shaping the debate in the energy field both within and outside the school’s realm.

We are open to students and staff of LSE as well as students and professionals elsewhere. By bringing students with interests in the Energy industry together, the Society has established an alumni network within major energy and commodity companies, finance and consultancy firms, international research centers and numerous other relevant market players.

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Our Team

The 2016-2017 Executive Committee possesses wide-ranging international experience, spanning three continents and diverse specialisations including economics, engineering, management and law.

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President: Nathanael Didillon

Nathanael is a third year BSc Environmental Policy with Economics student. He previously worked for an environmental economics consultancy in London, contributing to CBAs of large scale energy and infrastructure projects.

Nathan’s international experience and studies have reinforced his belief that the complexity of energy security requires a diverse energy mix, which also paves the way for sustainable development of human societies.


Vice-President: Glendon Giam

Glendon is a second year BSc Environment and Development student. Prior to joining LSE, he was a wind engineer with a Singapore-based renewable energy developer, where he worked on numerous utility-scale wind power projects throughout Southeast Asia.

Having experienced the technical, financial and regulatory challenges of renewable projects first-hand, Glendon believes that promoting a better understanding of renewables among governments, businesses and communities will reduce the risks of deploying renewable energy.


Secretary: Elena Bgmi

Elena is an MSc Management student. She also holds a BSc in Environment and Development from the LSE.


Treasurer: Kasope Oladeji

Kasope is an LLB student at the LSE.

After Freshers’ Fair – What’s Next?

Didn’t meet us at Freshers’ Fair? Want to know more about what we do? Join us at our Give It A Go session at the Weston Café (6th floor, Saw Swee Hock Student Centre) at 8pm on Wednesday, 5 October 2016.

At 6pm on Friday, 7 October 2016, we will be holding our Ex-Presidents’ Event at 32L.G.11. Join us to learn more about where our former presidents have ended up and how their experience in the Energy Society has helped them in their careers.

We will also be holding elections for the following sub-committee heads in late October:

Head of The Energy Journal
Head of Energy Markets & Trading
Head of Nuclear
Head of Energy Geopolitics & Policy
Head of Oil & Gas
Head of Renewables

*Sub-committees are currently provisional and are subject to change.

G3 Energy Summit

The G3 Energy Summit is an annual student-led energy conference, co-organised by the Energy Societies of Imperial College London, the London School of Economics and Political Science and University College London.

The inaugural G3 Energy Summit was held on 19 March 2016 at the LSE, with the theme Moving Towards a Low-Carbon Future. Panels discussed topics such as The Future of Energy Management, Financing RenewablesShale Gas In The UK and Empowering Citizens Through Renewable Energies.

Information about the 2017 summit will be added later in the year. Meanwhile, you can Like our Facebook page to receive the latest updates.