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Energy Efficiency Progress Needs Further Acceleration

Over the last 15 years’ energy efficiency improvements have saved the world 3.1 gigatonnes (Gtoe) of primary energy consumption and 7Gt of Co2, in 2014 equating to 23% of global energy consumption and 21% of global Co2 emissions in 2014. At an official UN side event held in the side-lines of the COP22 negotiations in […]

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World Energy Focus: read our November issue

In this issue, read about how the discussion of peak oil has moved to a discussion of peak demand. The World Energy Trilemma Index report reveals signs of a global progress on all dimensions of the energy trilemma, leading to a more sustainable energy world. Learn why a bottom-up approach to energy planning is essential to help ensure that Africa achieves universal energy access by 2030.

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World Energy Council at COP22

The World Energy Council will bring its 7 new energy realities messages to COP22: What does the Grand Energy Transition and these new realities mean in a Post COP21 world? How can the energy sector contribute to the activation of innovative policies, technologies and business models that will secure a sustainable energy future?

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World Energy Scenarios 2016 report: Global energy demand growth set to fall

Per capita energy demand will peak before 2030, finds a new World Energy Council report, launched at the 23rd World Energy Congress in Istanbul. The three scenarios entitled “Unfinished Symphony”, “Modern Jazz” and “Hard Rock” present three distinct trajectories for the energy sector to 2060, with very different realities across regions.

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2016 Energy Trilemma Index ranking shows global energy sector shifting priorities towards more balanced energy mix

With 9 out of the top 10 countries being from Europe, the NEW 2016 Energy Trilemma Index shows that EU cooperation on long term policy contributes to regional Trilemma success. The Index provides a comparative ranking of 125 countries in terms of their ability to provide secure, affordable and environmentally sustainable energy systems. Find out now where you country ranks and how to improve its score!

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Future energy markets: The grand transition of Estonian energy policy

The World Energy Council and some of Estonia’s and Nordic key energy players convened to discuss what the future holds for global, European, and Estonian energy policy in the face of rapid innovation and other new realities facing the energy sector. Dr Christoph Frei, Secretary General, World Energy Council, opened the conference with an overview […]

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Experts exchange best practices on renewable energy integration as part of Power Africa initiative

Senegal is actively pursuing reform policies in the energy sector with a strong focus on promoting renewable energy. Senegal aims to achieve the electrification rate of 50% in rural areas, 96% urban areas, and 70% of national level by 2017. Current energy policy is reflected in the Lettre de Développement du Secteur de l’Energie, a […]

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WORLD ENERGY CONGRESS 2016

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The 23rd World Energy Congress will be held from 9 - 13 October 2016 in Istanbul, Turkey under the theme: "Embracing new frontiers".

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