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World energy leaders gather in Turkey to address key concerns affecting the energy sector

In one month’s time, on 20 April, around 100 energy leaders from the World Energy Council (WEC) will gather at the World Energy Leaders’ Summit in Istanbul to explore solutions for delivering tomorrow’s energy in a context of high uncertainty. The Summit is organised by the WEC, the global network of energy leaders and practitioners, […]

Posted on 20 March 2012

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Fukushima has had limited impact on the global nuclear outlook – WEC report

One year after the nuclear accident at Fukushima Daiichi, the WEC has published a study analysing the impact of the accident on national nuclear energy plans worldwide. The report, ‘World Energy Perspective: Nuclear Energy One Year After Fukushima’, finds that: Little has changed, especially in non-OECD countries, with regard to the role of nuclear in […]

Posted on 15 March 2012

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Interview: Dr Alessandro Clerici, Chair of the study taskforce for the WEC’s latest report on nuclear energy

Dr Alessandro Clerici, who led the study taskforce for the WEC’s latest report on nuclear energy, says there needs to be consensus on nuclear energy based on the lessons learnt post-Fukushima. The nuclear report finds that the Fukushima accident actually has had limited impact on the global nuclear outlook. What are the implications for nuclear […]

Posted on 15 March 2012

World Energy Council and World Water Council join forces to encourage public policy to address the “water-energy nexus”

Marseille – The strong connexion between energy and water requires regular dialogue and the sharing of experiences and solutions. Now, their ever more interlinked future brings our two organisations together to tackle the world’s energy and water challenges. At the 6th World Water Forum held this week in Marseille, France, Pierre Gadonneix, Chairman of the […]

Posted on 13 March 2012

World Energy Council report details the limited impact of Fukushima on the global nuclear outlook

Nuclear programmes continue worldwide, but international governance on nuclear safety still requires action London – One year after the nuclear accident at Fukushima Daiichi, the World Energy Council (WEC) will publish on Friday, 9 March, a study analysing the impact of the accident on national nuclear energy plans worldwide. The report, ‘World Energy Perspective: Nuclear Energy […]

Posted on 8 March 2012

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WEC speaks at Baltic Sea CCS conference

WEC was invited to speak at the Conference on Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) in Warsaw, Poland, on 6–7 March. The conference, organised by the Baltic Sea Region Energy Cooperation (BASREC), a ministerial process under the umbrella of the Council of the Baltic Sea States, covered how joint regional solutions could lead to a rapid […]

Posted on 7 March 2012

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Interview: Dr Liberty Mhlanga, Chair of WEC Zimbabwe

Dr Liberty Mhlanga, Chair of WEC Zimbabwe, our newest member, talks about what being a part of the WEC network means for the country What does Zimbabwe hope to get out of being a member of WEC? WEC provides a platform for us at the Zimbabwean Energy Council to network with other energy players in a […]

Posted on 1 March 2012

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Urban innovation: how to finance a sustainable infrastructure

The Swiss Energy Council, WEC’s Swiss committee, was a supporting organisation for the 2nd Sustainable Infrastructure Financing Summit, held in Basel, Switzerland, on 21–22 February.  This was the second time that the Swiss Energy Council has supported the summit, the last one held in 2010. The recent summit, with its substantial delegations from Asia, showed […]

Posted on 1 March 2012

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WEC Africa regional event builds energy future for the continent

Africa Energy Indaba 2012, held during 21–23 February in Johannesburg, South Africa, is Africa’s leading energy gathering which aims to facilitate interaction between energy leaders as they work towards a sustainable energy future for the continent. In her opening speech Dipuo Peters, South Africa’s Energy Minister, recognised the importance of the forum and thanked the […]

Posted on 1 March 2012

World Energy Council survey reveals the issues likely to impact Africa’s energy agenda

African energy leaders see energy prices, energy poverty, and instability in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region to be the most important critical uncertainties in Africa’s energy sector, according to the newly released African survey of the World Energy Issues Monitor, published by the World Energy Council. The survey is the first ever […]

Posted on 21 February 2012

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