Are you interested in the principles of energy economics as well as the challenges and trends within the energy sector?

Consider the elective courses that the Copenhagen School of Energy Infrastructure (CSEI) offers to both undergraduate and graduate students!

As a European research centre at the Department of Economics at CBS, CSEI delivers expertise and new knowledge within energy infrastructure in close cooperation with stakeholders from the energy sector, the European Commission and society at large. CSEI analyses tomorrow’s energy infrastructure from an economic-policy point of view, to ensure a successful transition based on volatile and largely renewable energy sources.


Education in the field of energy research is also part of the mission of CSEI. The educational portfolio aims to teach studentspart of the mission of CSEI. The educational portfolio comprises the following topics: 

  • Energy Economics: Markets, Systems, and Regulation  
  • Energy Policy 
  • Environmental Economics 
  • Resource Economics 
  • Regulatory and Network Economics: Focus on Energy 


Advanced Topics in Energy and Environment: Sustainable Development and Policy (Graduate)

Energy Economics, Markets, and Policy (Graduate)

Energy System Economic and Modelling (Graduate)

Sustainability and Business: Energy Markets, Competition, and Regulation (Undergraduate)