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Two hundred speakers confirmed for World Energy Congress 2013

SEOUL & LONDON, 26 July 2013: Two hundred speakers from 56 countries have now been confirmed for the 22nd World Energy Congress, taking place this October in Daegu, South Korea. Among the 200 confirmed speakers are Ministers of State, senior representatives of leading organisations such as the United Nations, World Bank, OPEC and the International Energy […]

Posted on 26 July 2013

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Interview: Jan-Peter Schwartz from Siemens about the ‘Road to Daegu’

The World Energy Congress is already providing a springboard for global businesses to engage with their customers and other key audiences. Jan-Peter Schwartz tells us how his company Siemens is using the Congress to spark dialogues and generate new ideas around the world. What is Siemens doing in the run-up to the Congress? Since the […]

Posted on 24 July 2013

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World Energy Congress 2013: 100 days to go

Countdown to World Energy Congress 2013 in Daegu marked by official messages of support from Presidents of China and Korea 10 JULY 2013: With only 100 days left until the opening of the 22nd World Energy Congress in Daegu, Korea, more than 180 leading government officials, corporate executives and energy experts from 55 countries have already […]

Posted on 10 July 2013

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World energy problem: what Jazz and Symphony can offer

3 July – The World Energy Council will this week underline the reality that there is no one global solution to the issue of energy supply. Reaching a solution, says the Council, will involve solving each of the individual parts of the problem to achieve the global aim of sustainable, affordable and secure energy for […]

Posted on 3 July 2013

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Scenarios project moves closer to finish line

The WEC Scenarios Study Group has stepped closer towards finalising the results of the World Energy Scenarios project at a workshop in London earlier this month (3–4 June). The workshop was held to discuss the key assumptions that have been drawn from the many workshops held around the world over the past three years. The […]

Posted on 24 June 2013

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Interview: Hal Turton from PSI on World Energy Scenarios

The World Energy Scenarios study will soon finalise its findings. Hal Turton, from the project’s modelling team at PSI, tells us about the modelling and why the study is important. What is the most exciting thing about the scenarios study, in your view? The WEC scenarios study brings together experts from across the energy industry […]

Posted on 24 June 2013

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Interview: Ori Chandler on the Future Energy Leaders Programme

The World Energy Council has just launched the next phase of its Future Energy Leaders Programme. Ori Chandler, who heads up the programme, tells us what we should expect to see from the programme at the World Energy Congress and beyond. What is the Future Energy Leaders Programme? The Future Energy Leaders Programme, or FELP, is […]

Posted on 17 June 2013

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Energy leaders of tomorrow to get their say at 2013 World Energy Congress

SEOUL & LONDON, 17 June 2013 – The next generation of energy industry leaders will play a key role at the World Energy Congress in Korea, 13 to 17 October 2013, as the event launches its Future Energy Leaders Programme (FELP). The initiative is aimed at attracting to the Congress some of the brightest young […]

Posted on 17 June 2013

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WEC supports UN SE4ALL global tracking report

The World Energy Council’s formal support of the UN Secretary General’s Sustainable Energy for All (SE4ALL) initiative reached a major milestone last week with the release of the Global Tracking Framework report at the Vienna Energy Forum, organised by UNIDO, and in London. The WEC is amongst the 15 agencies who compiled the report. The […]

Posted on 6 June 2013

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Interview: Vivien Foster on the UNSE4ALL global tracking report

The Global Tracking Framework report is set to help monitor progress towards the objectives of the UNSE4ALL initiative. The World Bank’s Vivien Foster, who oversaw the compilation of the report, tells us about the key findings and how the WEC’s continued support helps achieve the objectives. What’s the significance of Global Tracking Framework report? In […]

Posted on 6 June 2013

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