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Experts exchange best practices on renewable energy integration as part of Power Africa initiative

Senegal is actively pursuing reform policies in the energy sector with a strong focus on promoting renewable energy. Senegal aims to achieve the electrification rate of 50% in rural areas, 96% urban areas, and 70% of national level by 2017. Current energy policy is reflected in the Lettre de Développement du Secteur de l’Energie, a […]

Posted on 24 November 2016

World Energy Council shape global energy agenda at 2017 United Nations Sustainability For All Forum

As global energy leaders reflect back on 2016, the World Energy Council participated in the United Nations Sustainable Energy For All Forum (UNSEforALL), held 3 to 4 April in New York under the theme of Going Further, Faster – Together”, the event was built as a marketplace to help broker new partnerships and ideas, spur […]

Posted on 27 April 2017

Comparing US and German approaches to energy transformation: by Dr Hans-Wilhelm Schiffer, Executive Chair, World Energy Resources, World Energy Council

Germany has to cover 70 % of its energy needs by imports. The only domestic energy resources, Germany produces are lignite and renewables.  In contrast the US will probably be a net energy exporter within the next ten years. The power sector is evolving rapidly.  Renewable energy is expanding as a share of electricity generation […]

Posted on 14 March 2017

Tanzanian executives examine best practices in LNG policy and management

Tanzania is one of the six initial focus countries of Power Africa, an initiative former US President Barack Obama launched in the summer of 2013, which aims to double electricity access in sub-Saharan Africa by 2018. Recent natural gas discoveries in Tanzania, initial investments in its transmission infrastructure, and the country’s goal, to double electricity […]

Posted on 24 January 2017

Energy leaders in the USA commit to pioneering policies to drive energy efficiency innovation

Leading energy-efficiency technologies, policies and business models that can accelerate progress in the United States and other countries, were explored at the 27th Annual Efficiency Forum co–sponsored by the World Energy Council US member committee (the United States Energy Association) and Johnson Controls.

Posted on 19 July 2016

Growth in electric vehicles sales central to closing emissions gap

Electric vehicles (EVs) will need to increase their combined market share to 16% by 2020 to achieve the aggressive fuel economy standards set by regulators, according to new research by the World Energy Council.

Posted on 29 June 2016

Clean Energy Ministerial: “A down-to-earth, results-orientated programme”

The CEM is all about “personally engaging ministers so that they want to push forward clean energy initiative in the world”, says Jonathan Elkind, the man behind the US hosting of the 7th Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM) in an interview with World Energy Focus. Member countries represent 75% of global greenhouse gas emissions and 90% of […]

Posted on 27 May 2016

World Energy Council to launch 2016 Trilemma report at CEM7

As previously announced, the Council will be formally launching this year’s World Energy Trilemma report at the seventh Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM7) meeting next month in San Francisco on 1-2 June.

Posted on 19 May 2016

USEA holds its 12th Annual State of The Energy Industry Forum

The United States Energy Association (USEA), our US member committee held its Annual State of the Energy Industry Forum, for the 12th year running.

Posted on 19 May 2016

Member Committee 2015 best moments

As 2015 came to a close with a very busy year end culminating in COP21, we asked member committees what were their best moments of the year. Find out more about the highlight events covering key regional issues as well as discussions on global topics that cross the world from North America and Latin America […]

Posted on 19 February 2016

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