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(from left to right) Jean Marie Dauger, Rabiou Hassane Yari, Olivier Appert, Marie-José Nadeau, Teruaki Masumoto

Objective COP21: the road is still long

The 4th European Forum of Energy finds that much still needs to be done in bringing together the visions of industrialised and developing countries

Posted on 16 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

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The Netherlands joins the World Energy Council

The Netherlands joins the World Energy Council as its newest member country

Posted on 4 March 2015

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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

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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

Dr Johann Sereinig, Chair of WEC Austria and Deputy Director General of Verbund AG

Energy policy stuck in a global trilemma – WEC Austria event

More than 200 delegates gathered at the seminar, “World Energy Trilemma – sustainability, economics, energy security”

Posted on 18 February 2015

Market liberalisation did not cause consumer price rise – WEC Portugal study

Associação Portuguesa da Energia, the WEC’s Portuguese committee, has presented a new study on the current status of the country’s household electricity market

Posted on 27 January 2015

European energy investment climate “markedly more negative” than RoW – WEC Germany

The European investment climate for energy infrastructure is markedly more negative than the investment mood in the rest of the world (RoW), so says a recent survey by WEC Germany

Posted on 26 January 2015

From left to right: Admiral Fernando del Pozo García (Former Director International Military Staff at NATO); Rafael Estrella Pedrola (Vice President of ELCANO ROYAL INSTITUTE); John Bell (Director of the Middle East and Mediterranean Area at TOLEDO INTERNATIONAL CENTRE FOR PEACE); Commander Francisco J. Ruiz González (Professor of Strategy, International Relations whilst working for Spanish Ministry of Defense)

WEC Spain event weighs up human rights and geopolitics

Spanish energy executives discussed the issue of energy and human rights, geopolitics, and trade at a recent seminar.

Posted on 14 January 2015

WEC Poland chair Henryk Majchrzak

Electricity market mechanisms go under the microscope at WEC Poland conference

WEC Poland delved into the issue of electricity market mechanisms in a conference in Warsaw on 29 October

Posted on 9 January 2015

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