Executive Assembly

The Executive Assembly (EA) is the name given to the annual general membership meeting of the members of the World Energy Council. The members have ultimate authority in the governance of the WEC as provided in the Articles of Association and are overall responsible for managing WEC’s affairs. It is the members who:

  • elect the Chair and Co-Chair of WEC and the members of its Board (“Officers Council”)
  • review and approve the organisation’s activities, work programme and annual budget
  • approve new members and withdraw membership where warranted
  • establish standing committees to carry out the work programme
  • approve the sites for World Energy Congresse and Executive Assemblies
  • approve the appointment of the WEC Secretary General
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HSH Prince Albert addressing 2012 Executive Assembly in Monaco.

Each Member Committee is entitled to be represented in the Executive Assembly, which is the ultimate governing authority for WEC. The Executive Assembly meets once a year to conduct the business of WEC. All Member Committees have one vote in the Executive Assembly, regardless of size or subscription category.

The latest Executive Assembly took place in Daegu, South Korea on 13th of October 2013.

Find out dates and locations of forthcoming Executive Assemblies.