10th Edition of the World Energy Issues Monitor launched

For ten consecutive years, the World Energy Issues Monitor has been gathering the perspectives of energy leaders from public and private sectors across the six regions on 42 key issues that shape and drive the global energy system. It has become the energy leaders’ foremost platform to identify, share and track critical issues surrounding the energy transition.

Dutch Chapter of the World Energy Council publishes report on Hydrogen

Building on previous studies around Europe’s opportunities on its Energy Transition path the World Energy Council launched a report titled ‘Hydrogen – industry as a catalyst, accelerating the decarbonisation of our economy to and post 2030’. Decarbonisation of energy usage is one of the biggest challenges facing industries globally. Energy usage both as a feedstock […]

Calling for Future Energy Leaders. Are you one of them?

The 2019 call for nominations opens today! We are looking for the brightest minds amongst this generation of young professionals to join the Council’s Future Energy Leaders programme – the FEL-100.

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Increased number of applications received for the 2019 Start Up Energy Transition (SET100) Award

The international ‘Start Up Energy Transition’ (SET) initiative invites young and innovative companies around the world to apply for the SET Award 2019. The third round of the award for business ideas in the energy transition and climate protection was launched during World Energy Week 2018 in Milan, Italy, by Deutsche Energie-Agentur (dena) – the […]

24th World Energy Congress will feature over 250 star speakers

In September 2019, the world’s energy leadership will meet in Abu Dhabi to determine a course of energy prosperity for nations, companies, societies, the environment and individuals.

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Innovation spotlight

The Energy Transition and Pathway towards Utility 3.0

“The 21st century will be the Era of Electricity” is how Mr Masumoto, Chairman of the Japanese Energy Association (JEA) / member committee of the World Energy Council, wrapped up the symposium on the Energy Transition and the Pathway towards Utility 3 , adding,  “Securing a stable electricity supply will become a big social responsibility.” The […]

Young energy professionals explore France’s energy challenges at Model European Union

More than 100 young people participated in the first edition of the Model European Union (MEU) in Paris, held at the National Assembly under the high patronage of the President of the National Assembly François de Rugy, now Minister of Ecological and Solidarity Transition, on 4 to 7 September. In the plenary session opened by […]

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2019 WORLD ENERGY CONGRESS – Abu Dhabi

The 24th World Energy Congress will take place in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates from 9 – 12 September 2019. More than 10,000 energy stakeholders are expected to convene for the  Congress which will be held under the patronage of H.H Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nayhan, President of the United Arab Emirates. Under the theme 'Energy for Prosperity', the Congress will be a global leadership forum that drives dialogue on critical issues facing the energy sector and defines the strategy for a collaborative innovative and sustainable energy future.

For more information visit the 2019 Congress website.

Start Up Energy Awards – Interview with Christoph Frei

 

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