Sustainable Energy Council (SEC)
Influence, community, and industry connection for all students at DTU Energy.
Through the Sustainable Energy Council (SuS), you can directly help make decisions in your institute, build a community for all students studying M.Sc. Sustainable Energy, and connect personally with companies across the Danish sustainable energy industry!
Council meetings are only once a month, and take a max. of 1.5hr – short, valuable meetings where your voice, makes a real difference, with the added opportunity to network across your study line.
Meetings are open to everybody, and everybody has the right to speak. The atmosphere is cozy, and there is always a good, cheap dinner! What are you waiting for?
Tuesday, September 20th at 18:00 – Constitutional meeting
Location: DTU meeting center
Elections: There will be elections for the following positions. Anyone may come and run for any position.
– Chairperson of SuS (1 + vice chairs)
– Joint Council Reps (2 + alternate)
– Sociopolitical Council (1 + alternate)
– Academic Committee (1 + alternate)
Chairperson: To be elected…
Joint Council Representatives: To be elected…
Sociopolitical Council Representative: To be elected…
Academic Committee Representative: To be elected…
Advisory Board: This is the direct line of communication between Sustainable Energy students and the study leader.
Joint Council (“FR”): This is the large, democratic voice of all DTU students. All meetings are open to all
Learn more here: https://www.pf.dk/en/councils-and-committees/the-joint-council
Sociopolitical Committee (“SPC”): The democratic forum in which you can influence your study environment, side by side with representatives from every student council.
Learn more here: https://www.pf.dk/en/councils-and-committees/the-social-committee
Academic Committee (“FaU”): The democratic forum in which you can influence your academic study environment, side by side with representatives from every student council.
Learn more here: https://www.pf.dk/en/councils-and-committees/the-academic-committee