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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

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Council’s European Market Design Task Force meeting with European Commission

A European Market Task Force comprised of member committees from across Europe are to meet on 22 February in Brussels with the European Commission. Our European Members have already carried out a survey to identify key areas of market design that are likely to become relevant in 5 -10 years time, but are not currently […]

Posted on 19 February 2016

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Member Committee 2015 best moments

As 2015 came to a close with a very busy year end culminating in COP21, we asked member committees what were their best moments of the year. Find out more about the highlight events covering key regional issues as well as discussions on global topics that cross the world from North America and Latin America […]

Posted on 19 February 2016


Spanish meeting focuses on Atlantic basin and global energy governance

This year the theme of the annual Spanish member committee conference in Madrid was “Governing Energy: the Atlantic Basin and Global Institutions”.  It brought together almost 400 attendees and 25 national and international speakers including Alberto Nadal, Spanish Secretary of State for Energy.  Discussions focussed on energy flows in the Atlantic Basin, the governance of […]

Posted on 16 December 2015

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2nd WEC Baltic Sea Roundtable Discussions

World Energy Council member committees from Finland, Sweden, Germany, Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia who surround the Baltic Sea gathered in Tallinn for the 2nd annual WEC Baltic Sea Roundtable. They met to discuss the most topical issues for the energy sector, namely regional energy security and the competitiveness of European energy-intensive economy. The 2nd WEC […]

Posted on 21 October 2015


Energy Day in Berlin generates wide ranging debates

Energy Day in Berlin, organised by the German member committee in Berlin on 1 October in the historic building of the Brandenburg Academy of Sciences, drew around 220 energy experts from industry, academia and politics. Reflecting on current developments in the global energy world, there were two over-riding topics – climate protection via emission trading […]

Posted on 21 October 2015

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Big Data meets Energy – World Energy Council Germany dissects the latest buzzword for the sector

World Energy Council Germany and Big Data expert IBM Germany have hosted a public panel discussion in Berlin “Big Data meets Energy – unlocking new opportunities?”

Posted on 22 April 2015

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German energy policy: not a blueprint for other countries

German energy policy is not a blueprint for other countries and is seen as a risk to European security of supply in the electricity sector, according to a recent survey by Weltenergierat.

Posted on 10 March 2015


Saudi oil minister confirms oil production levels at German conference

Will the oil price remain low? Do the activities of Islamic terror networks affect the stability of the Arabian Peninsula? What is the current state of Europe’s security of supply? These are just a few of the issues discussed at the “Security of Energy Supply” conference in Berlin

Posted on 10 March 2015


South Africa draws on international experience

A low-carbon future is not only linked to renewables; carbon capture, utilisation and storage are also important and consumer behaviour needs to change. An exchange with a German expert.

Posted on 28 February 2015

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