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World Energy Trilemma 2010: Pursuing sustainability – Assessment of country energy and climate policies

The second edition of our yearly Energy and Climate Policy Assessment, produced in conjunction with Oliver Wyman, is World Energy Council’s contribution to meeting the challenge of designing new energy governance with sound and effective public policies. At a time when all countries are working to develop strategies for putting the crisis behind them, economic growth is […]

Published in September 2010

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World Energy Trilemma 2009: World Energy and Climate Policy Assessment

Energy policy must be integrated over time, and regionally and globally for some issues such as regional security and climate change. WEC believes that relentless improvement of government energy policies and industry practices are needed, and that this can lead to a material advancement in their capabilities to effectively handle these energy transitions. To enable this rapid change, WEC has launched […]

Published in November 2009

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World Energy Trilemma 2008: Assessment of Energy Policy and Practices

This paper describes the methodology and the implementation of the new WEC Assessment of Energy Policy and Practices, an on-going examination of energy policies around the globe and how they have worked in practice. This assessment is driven by stakeholders in the over 90 WEC national committees with the goal of accelerating the achievement of economic […]

Published in December 2008

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2007 Global Energy Survey

The World Energy Council (WEC), in partnership with Korn/Ferry International, for the second year in a row, undertook a survey entitled “2007 Global Energy Survey”. This year’s survey focused on the topic“Tackling the Three S’s: Sustainability, Security and Strategy.” More than 50 senior executives from the world’s leading energy companies and their strategic suppliers were interviewed by Korn/Ferry International. […]

Published in June 2007

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Alleviating Urban Energy Poverty in Latin America

This regional study entitled Alleviating Urban Energy Poverty in Latin America is comprised of three case studies, which concentrate on Greater Buenos Aires, Caracas and Rio de Janeiro – Cajú. Each case focuses on the analysis of specific aspects of urban poverty, energy availability and policies to improve living conditions from the energy point of view. Unlike […]

Published in February 2006