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World Energy Council increases its presence in South East Asia

Leading power companies convened in Singapore to officially  launch the new Singaporean member committee of the World Energy Council on 10 November. With Singapore setting ambitious goals to reduce energy emissions intensity and stabilise greenhouse gas emissions outlined in the COP21 accord agreed in Paris, the Council’s Singaporean member committee and its constituent organisations will […]

Posted on 9 November 2016

Bolivia at the heart of regional integration

As Bolivia faces a series of generation projects that aim to consolidate the country as the centre of energy within Latin America, the Bolivian member committee of the World Energy Council held a workshop to explore the global panorama of the hydroelectric sector and its impact on Bolivia. From a global perspective, in the last […]

Posted on 24 November 2016

Argentine Energy Leader Community member to present award winning paper at the 23rd World Energy Congress

Two papers being presented at the 23rd World Energy Congress in Istanbul next month by members of the World Energy Council’s Argentine Community of Energy Leaders, have been awarded 9th and 16th position within the top 20 papers submitted.

Posted on 22 September 2016

Argentinian Committee successfully launched its sixth edition of the Knowledge Development Programme for Energy Leaders

Over the last two and half years, 500 professionals from more than 136 companies as well as public officials and journalists, have participated in the World Energy Council’s Knowledge Development Programme for Energy Leaders in Argentina (632.54 kB). On August 11, the  World Energy Council’s Argentinian member Committee successfully launched its sixth edition of the […]

Posted on 21 September 2016

Namibian member committee holds lecture to mobilise bright young students and energy professionals

Some of the brightest and the best young Namibian professionals and students convened in Windhoek to discuss how local resources could be made beneficial to the country’s population by establishing a fund geared towards ongoing research and capacity enhancement.

Posted on 21 September 2016

Energy leaders gather in Ghana to drive momentum within energy sector

More than fifteen energy leaders from the Ministry of Power, Ministry of Energy, ECOWAS, and the Volta River Authority (VRA) attended an event chaired by Professor Akabzaa, Honorary Chair of the World Energy Council Ghanaian member Committee.

Posted on 22 August 2016

German World Energy Council member committee holds first Young Energy Forum

Legislative support for the Energiewende which includes greenhouse gas (GHG) reductions of 80–95% by 2050 (relative to 1990), and a renewable energy target of 60% by 2050, was passed by the German government in 2010. In this context the first Young Energy Forum organised by the German member committee of the World Energy Council, brought together young energy professionals for open discussions.

Posted on 19 August 2016

Young Austrian energy professionals gather to share latest developments in energy

For the second year running members of the World Energy Council’s Austrian Young Energy Professional’s Programme (YEP) gathered at the power grid control facility of the Austrian Power Grid (APG) in Vienna, to share their latest developments and findings over the past year.

Posted on 19 August 2016

Energy leaders in the USA commit to pioneering policies to drive energy efficiency innovation

Leading energy-efficiency technologies, policies and business models that can accelerate progress in the United States and other countries, were explored at the 27th Annual Efficiency Forum co–sponsored by the World Energy Council US member committee (the United States Energy Association) and Johnson Controls.

Posted on 19 July 2016

World Energy Council explores global energy issues at Icelandic policy seminar

Iceland is the world’s largest green energy producer per capita and largest electricity producer per capita. Although the share of renewables in total primary energy is 85% in Iceland, which is among the highest in the world, the Icelandic policy is to increase it further in coming years.

Posted on 19 July 2016

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