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Deepened cooperation with China’s National Energy Administration

Younghoon David Kim, Co-Chair of the World Energy Council met with Nur Bekri, Administrator of the National Energy Administration (NEA) and Vice-Chair of the National Development and Reform Commission of China at the NEA headquarters in Beijing earlier this month. Both parties agreed to deepen cooperation between China and the World Energy Council and discussed […]

Posted on 28 January 2016

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China’s role in the run up to COP21

This summer, China submitted its Intended Nationally Determined Contribution, INDC, but what role will it play at the 21st Conference of the Parties, COP21? New Future Energy Leader Peter Edwards met with Professor Zou Ji and Dr Fu Sha  based at China’s National Centre for Climate Change Strategy and International Cooperation, NCSC, who advised on […]

Posted on 26 November 2015

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China learns from Germany

Dr. Hans-Wilhelm Schiffer, the Executive Chair of the World Energy Resources programme of the World Energy Council, London came to Peking University Cafe 1898 to give a keynote speech on ‘German energy policy – its impact nationally and across Europe’. In the audience there were university academia, the World Bank’s International Finance Corporation, power and […]

Posted on 15 June 2015

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World Energy Council strengthens involvement with Water for Energy Framework

The World Energy Council is strengthening its involvement with the Water for Energy Framework (W4EF) which was established to develop a common framework for the evaluation and reporting of the energy impacts on water.

Posted on 12 June 2015

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World Energy Scenarios showcased in new carbon emissions calculator

The World Energy Council’s scenarios are being showcased in a new online tool for counting carbon reductions.

The Global Calculator is an interactive tool for businesses, NGOs and governments to consider the options for cutting carbon emissions and the trade-offs for energy and land use to 2050.

Posted on 30 January 2015

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Korea to play “important” part in global energy market, says Royal Dutch Shell CEO

Energy demand in Asia could more than double in the next 50 years, and a “historic phase” of industrialization and urbanization in Asia’s emerging economies means Korea is well-placed to be an important player, said Peter Voser, the CEO of Royal Dutch Shell. “South Korea is an appropriate place to focus on this issue,” he […]

Posted on 15 October 2013

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North Korea holds key to East Asian “super-grid”

North Korea remains the biggest issue of uncertainty in shaping a vision for a “super-grid” to integrate power generation and distribution in Northeast Asia, industry leaders said on 15 October. The innovative proposal, still very much in the drawing board stages, would connect the electricity grids of China, Mongolia, Japan, South Korea, Russia, and potentially […]

Posted on 15 October 2013

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WEC announces winners of “Tomorrow’s Energy Prize” for the 2013 World Energy Congress

SEOUL/LONDON, July 31, 2013 — The World Energy Council today announced the winners of the “Tomorrow’s Energy Prize” for the most outstanding papers to be presented at the 2013 World Energy Congress in Daegu, South Korea from October 13 to 17, 2013. It is the first time that this prize, which carries an award of […]

Posted on 2 August 2013

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Energy leaders gather for China International Summit ahead of the World Energy Congress

The World Energy Council hosts event in Beijing to assess ambitions of new Chinese government BEIJING & SEOUL – 25 April 2013: The World Energy Council’s China International Summit opens today in Beijing to explore the long-term energy options facing the country’s new government. The one-day closed summit will be one of the most important […]

Posted on 25 April 2013

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Energy leaders gather for China International Summit ahead of the World Energy Congress

The World Energy Council hosts event in Beijing to assess ambitions of new Chinese government BEIJING & SEOUL – 25 April 2013: The World Energy Council’s China International Summit opens today in Beijing to explore the long-term energy options facing the country’s new government. The one-day closed summit will be one of the most important […]

Posted on 25 April 2013

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