Investment is the key to unlocking Africa’s untapped potential

2017’s highly anticipated Africa Energy Indaba, kicked off on 20 February in Johannesburg. Key energy leaders and professionals are sharing their knowledge and expertise and best practice with who come together to seek solutions for Africa’s energy future.

World Energy Focus: read our February issue

Ahead of the Africa Energy Indaba, Reuel Khoza, Globeleq Chairman, talks about how energy investors in Africa try to overcome political obstacles. Also in this issue, David Kim, new Chair of the World Energy Council, sets out his vision for the world’s energy future. And Mohamed Jameel Al Ramahi, CEO of Masdar, explains why renewable energy makes business sense for the UAE sustainable city company.

Driving clean energy technologies through trade policy

Trade policy is one tool that can enable greater efficiency in global value chains for clean energy technologies. Gain a better understanding of the impact of tariff and non-tariff barriers on our ability to meet GHG emissions reductions targets. Read more and watch the joint dialogue co-organised by the World Energy Council and the International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development in Geneva.

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?

Join the World Energy Council during a series of events in Marrakesh!

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.

Voices from the World Energy Council Network

Korean Republic gathers to enhance cooperation amid growing emerging uncertainties

In 2016 South Korea’s government unveiled a plan to invest approximately 42 trillion won ($36.6 billion USD) in developing renewable energy industries, such as solar and wind power and eco-friendly power plants, by 2020. Under the plan, new renewable power stations will be built to produce 13 million kilowatts of electricity annually, which is equivalent to that of 26 […]

World Energy Council presents to Italian Parliament to celebrate Triple A Trilemma ranking

With increasing geopolitical and regulatory changes impacting on the way stakeholders within the energy sector have operated in recent decades, it is  evident that an energy transition is well under way. Marco Margheri, President of the Italian member committee of the World Energy Council, recently announced an engagement strategy which aims at facilitating the debate […]