Global Partners

Global Partners tend to be innovative and rapid growth energy and related companies with objectives to enhance visibility and knowledge exchange. Global Partners are invited to participate and contribute in WEC’s exclusive World Energy Leaders’ Summits (WELS), and as such, are companies who want to benefit from direct exposure to WEC’s worldwide network of members, including CEOs of major energy companies, government ministers and policymakers, regulators, investors and energy experts.

The WEC Global Partners programme supports those wishing to expand their business into new countries and regions through dedicated networking services and with targeted development in building relationships and work involvement in specific regional and national networks.

For further information regarding WEC Global Partners, or to find out how you can get involved, please email Charlotte Kidd at the World Energy Council Headquarters in London.

Black & Veatch

Black & Veatch is a global leader in the consulting, engineering, construction and operation areas of energy, water, telecommunications, federal, and environmental markets. Founded in 1915, the employee-owned company has more than 110 offices worldwide, completing projects across six continents.

BNL Clean Energy

BNL Clean Energy Group is a Swiss conglomerate active in engineering, manufacturing and operating emission-free Clean Energy Plants (CEP) for biomass, coal, fossil fuel and waste, emission-free Clean Mobility Engines (CME) and Clean Water Installations (CWI) and related systems.


Since 1956 CESI has provided testing and certification services for the electromechanical industry, as well as engineering and technical consulting services to major utilities, regulators, governments and developers worldwide. Thanks to its consolidated experience, CESI is a world leader operating in more than 40 countries with headquarters in Milan, facilities in Berlin and Mannheim and offices in Rio de Janeiro and Dubai.

Daesung Group

Daesung Group, founded in 1947, provides 20% of the country’s residential natural gas via Daesung Energy and Gyeongbuk City Gas. Daesung also provides total energy solutions with Daesung Eco-Energy, Daesung Institute for Clean Energy, as well as CES and worldwide renewable energy projects in public-private partnerships. Daesung’s diversified businesses include private equity, capital management, construction, fashion, organic farming and publishing.

Duke Energy Corporation

Duke Energy is one of the largest electric power holding companies in the United States. Its regulated utility operations serve approximately 11 million people in North Carolina, South Carolina, Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky. The commercial power and international business segments own and operate diverse generation assets in North America and Latin America, including a growing portfolio of renewable energy assets in the United States. Headquartered in Charlotte, N.C.

Enel S.p.A.

Enel is a multinational group based in Italy, a leading integrated player in the power and gas markets of Europe and Latin America, operating in 40 countries across 4 continents overseeing power generation from over 98 GW of net installed capacity and distributing electricity and gas through a network spanning around 1.9 million km to serve approximately 61 million customers.


Enerjisa was founded in Turkey in 1996 as an auto-producer company to supply the electricity need of Sabancı Group Companies. Part-owned by E.ON, Enerjisa aims to become the market leader in the electricity sector within a vertically integrated structure by combining generation, distribution, wholesale, trading and retail activities.


E.ON is one of the world’s largest investor-owned power and gas companies, with leading market positions in power and gas and nearly 30 million customers. Its more than 88,000 employees generated just under EUR82 billion in sales in 2009.


EY is a global leader in assurance, tax, transaction and advisory services. The company delivers insights and quality services that help to build trust and confidence in the capital markets and in economies the world over. EY’s leaders work to deliver on the company’s promises to its stakeholders. In so doing, EY plays a critical role in building a better working world for its people, clients and communities.

Fluor Enterprises

Fluor Corporation designs, builds and maintains many of the world’s most challenging and complex projects. Through its global network of offices on six continents, the company provides comprehensive capabilities and world-class expertise in the fields of engineering, procurement, construction, commissioning, operations, maintenance and project management. Fluor is North America’s largest publicly-traded engineering, procurement and construction firm. Headquartered in Irving, Texas, Fluor is a FORTUNE 200 company and had revenues of $22 billion in 2009.

KazEnergy Association

KazEnergy Association unites more than 50 major players in the oil and gas and energy business – extracting, transporting, service, geophysical, uranium-producing and other transnational companies. The Association is an ‘information harbour’ for Kazakhstan’s energy sector, bring together the oil and gas industry, government and other interested parties.

National Grid

National Grid is one of the largest investor-owned energy companies in the world, owning and managing the grids that connect people to the energy they need, from whatever the source. In Britain and the north-eastern states of the US, running networks that deliver gas and electricity safely to millions of people, businesses and communities.


Repsol is a global energy company that develops exploration, production, refining and marketing activities in more than 30 countries. It has a staff of more than 29,000 that includes 70 nationalities. It is one of the world’s largest private oil companies and the biggest energy company in Latin America. It is a leader in refining and marketing in Spain, and the third largest private company in LPG distribution world-wide. Repsol is positioned for growth with a geographically diversified portfolio in the upstream business that will lead to an increase in production and reserves over the next years. It also benefits from best-in-class downstream assets to capitalise market recovery – all of this supported by a sound financial position.