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European Climate Change Policy Beyond 2012

This report reflects the views of WEC European Members and does not necessarily represent the view of all WEC members. There is an increasing scientific consensus that human activities do trigger climate changes. Actual forecasts predict temperature increases that are likely to be beyond the adaptation potential of ecosystems. These considerations play a major role […]

Published in November 2009

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WEC Rules of Trade 2009: Trade and Investment Rules for Energy

Rules that govern energy trade is an issue that has generated increasing concern everywhere, from the standpoint of both the security of supply for consumers and security of demand for suppliers. This concern reflects the importance of rules that comprehensively address the needs from supply and demand point of view and integrate the international fabric […]

Published in September 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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Energy Efficiency Policies

This study report describes and evaluates energy efficiency trends and policies. While ADEME coordinated the project, the study was carried out over three years with contributions from more than 70 countries.

Published in January 2008

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Europe’s vulnerability to Energy Crisis

The growing dependency of Europe as a whole on energy imports and anticipated further increases in energy prices reinforce the concerns about meeting the energy demand in the future. The objective of the Study is to identify the threats leading to potential energy crises and suggest solutions for facing, the related key challenges.

Published in January 2008

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North American Regional Report

The aim of this regional report was to discuss avenues for advancing North American cooperation and coordination on a range of energy issues.

Published in November 2007

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World Energy Scenarios 2007: Transport Technologies and Policy Scenarios

As part of the major WEC study on Scenarios to 2050 – to be published later this year – a specific investigation was undertaken on measures required in the transport sector to secure sustainable energy and sustainable mobility in the future. The WEC study on “Transport Technologies and Policy Scenarios to 2050” outlines the results […]

Published in October 2007

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Energy & Climate Change

The launch of the full report took place at a media event in London on 21st of June. Kurt Yeager presented the stufy from a distinguished panel which included Mr Ivo de Boer of UNFCCC and Bill Spence of Shell. The discussion was moderated by Jeremy Lovell, of Reuters. The Executive Summary had previously been […]

Published in June 2007

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Energy Market Reform 2004

Twenty years or more into the energy market reform process conflicting advice abounds. Some general lessons have emerged, often in direct opposition to earlier perceived wisdom, while many questions remain. This is the context of this latest WEC study on Energy Market Reform which focuses on lessons learned and access problems for developing countries. This […]

Published in August 2004

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Regulating District Heating and Cogeneration in Central and Eastern Europe

This new report looks at regulatory issues and other difficulties accompanying ongoing unbundling of the DH/CHP industries in eastern and central Europe. While the need for regulation of DH/CHP in transition economies is recognised the diverse nature and often conflicting objectives of the regulation across the region is a serious problem.

Published in July 2004

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