FEL initiatives

In addition to contributing to World Energy Council’s flagship study groups, the FEL develop their own series of ongoing initiatives:

Alternative transport fuels: the consumer perspective (concluded)

Demand-side solutions are increasingly recognised as fundamental to securing a sustainable energy future. However, a lack of empirical research around consumer perspectives presents a challenge to identifying which demand-side solutions could have most traction and how best they should be implemented. To begin addressing this issue, the World Energy Council’s community of Future Energy Leaders conducted a global survey of more than 2,500 respondents, with responses from 98 countries, providing insight into consumer attitudes and behaviours associated with alternative transport fuels. While data on all continents has been collected, this publication focuses on responses from the Latin America and Caribbean region. The FEL hope that this report will further contribute to a growing body of work that will look to better establish consumers’ willingness to pay.

The Future Energy Leaders’ Issues Monitor – What keeps future leaders awake at night?

An essential tool assessing the uncertainty, urgency and impact of critical issues in the future energy landscape, the Future Energy Leaders’ Issues Monitor provides a unique comparative insight into the outlook of current and future leaders within the energy sector.

Additional initiatives are under development and an update will follow shortly.