Countdown is on until World Energy Week Milan!

Only three months to go until the Italian Member Committee of the Council will host this year’s World Energy Week in Milan. The Council’s annual general gathering of global energy leaders to promote the sustainable supply and use of energy for the greatest benefit of all, will take place from 8 to 11 October, offering […]

Key players convene at World Energy Leaders’ Summit to discuss issues high on the G20 Agenda

In a series of high-level dialogues, more than 100 Ministers and CEOs from across the world convened to address topics and trends to deepen understanding of the grand energy transition at a critical time for the energy sector. The Council’s World Energy Leaders’ Summit, held within the margins of the 2018 G20 Energy Transitions Ministerial […]

World Energy Trilemma Insights

The World Energy Council will launch the results of the 2018 World Energy Trilemma ranking in this year. The Trilemma results provide a wealth of insight into policies, priorities, and trade-offs. To illustrate this, we have looked at the 2017 Trilemma performance of G20 countries in advance of the World Energy Leaders’ Summit in Bariloche […]

The Council speaks to SET100 Finalist Alexie Seller, from Pollinate Energy

Alexie Seller is the Cofounder and CEO of Pollinate Energy and one of the finalists in the SET100 initiative. She has always been part of the energy industry, having graduated with first class honours from a degree in Mechanical Engineering and Arts, and worked for one of Australia’s most progressive renewable energy retailers before setting […]

The Council launches 2018 Issues Monitor with dynamic interactive tool

A new survey highlights shifting priorities in the energy sector with an accelerating transition towards digitalisation, decentralisation and decarbonisation. On a global scale, innovative technologies such as energy storage, renewable energies and market design are impacting top action priorities for energy leaders globally in 2018. In its ninth year, The World Energy Issues Monitor 2018: […]

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Energy Transition- Roles and Values

On 13-14 of April, the Hungarian Young Professionals in Energy (HYPE) together with Future Energy Leaders (FEL) Romania, a programme developed by the Romania National Committee, organised the second FEL-100 Workshop: “Energy Transition – Roles and values”, hosted once again by the World Energy Council in Budapest. Einari Kisel – World Energy Council Regional Manager […]

Mexican research centers join forces to promote innovations in energy

Leonardo Beltrán, Deputy Secretary for Planning and Energy Transition, Mexico, gave an overview of the work and mission of the Centers for Energy Innovation (CEMIE), at an exclusive breakfast meeting organised by the Mexican member committee of the World Energy Council. The centers (CEMIEs) established under the present government, are groups of public or private […]

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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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