Energy consumption is a critical issue for energy transition and society, as it impacts a wide range of aspects, including economic growth, climate change, decarbonization, environmental sustainability, security of supply, human health, and energy justice. Energy is essential for a variety of functions, including running homes and the operation of industries, and transportation. The efficient use of energy and the adoption of sustainable energy sources are crucial for reducing the adverse effects of energy consumption and promoting sustainable development. Therefore, there is a need for educated human resources that do research and develop policies in this area. The Energy Economics PhD summer school will take a role in teaching how to use economic theory, energy modeling, and computational tools for research to address these contemporary global challenges. The School will take place on 26-30 August 2024. More information here