Germany Member Committee

Weltenergierat - Deutschland e.V.


Weltenergierat – Deutschland is the national member representing the Federal Republic of Germany at the World Energy Council. Its members include companies in the energy industry, associations, academic institutions and individuals. As a non-governmental, joint profit association, Weltenergierat – Deutschland is independent in its opinion. The objective of Weltenergierat – Deutschland is to implement and disseminate the WEC results in Germany, in particular, to bring the global and longer-term issues and needs of the energy and environmental policy to the attention of the national debate. To this purpose, it organises its own events and carries out its own studies.

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Secretary: Carsten Rolle


Carsten Rolle, Secretary General of the German Member Committee of the World Energy Council since 2005, holds a PhD in economics from Münster University. After his studies, he managed the department for telecommunications and postal services at the Federation of German Industries (BDI) in Berlin. Since 2008 he has been the Managing Director of the Energy Policy department.

Publications by the member committee:

The benefits of coordination (1.48 MB) - published September 2014