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Insights from Davos from David Kim, Chair of the World Energy Council

Younghoon David Kim, Chairman from the World Energy Council attended the 47th World Economic Forum Annual Meeting held in Davos-Klosters, Geneva, on 17-20 January 2017 under the theme “Responsive and Responsible Leadership”. The event aimed to foster world leaders’ collective responses and credible actions in the context of “an emerging multipolar world”, similar to those trends […]

Posted on 22 February 2017

New energy realities: Gas markets, projects, challenges and role of natural gas in the future

In recent years, the gas market has suffered several changes. The discovery of new deposits, the evolution of gas transport techniques and the new gas pipelines are all elements that modify this market in depth. At a time of critical transition in the energy sector it is increasingly important for leading players in the gas industry […]

Posted on 21 December 2016

Governments draw on Trilemma Index findings

The 2015 Trilemma Index was simultaneously launched in the UK, Sweden, Switzerland and Costa Rica to wide global expert and media interest. The Index is key and core to developing a pathway from the 21st Conference of the Parties talks in Paris (COP21) – some governments are already drawing on the results in the Index […]

Posted on 26 November 2015

Extreme Weather Forum: “Evolving Energy Infrastructure”

The nature of extreme weather events and their impact on energy infrastructure were at the core of discussions during two recent meetings of the knowledge network members of the Financing Resilient Energy Infrastructure. Leading practitioners in energy, environment, and finance met at the Swiss Re Centre for Global Dialogue in Rüschlikon, Switzerland, at the end […]

Posted on 22 July 2015

WEC Switzerland discussion platform

The Swiss Energy Council co-organised a conference on 14 June in Berne where the Swiss electrical industry presented electricity scenarios to the country’s policymakers. The study, by the Association of Swiss Electricity Companies and based on hourly simulation of power data, details three electricity scenarios for the country without new nuclear power plants.

Posted on 1 July 2012

Urban innovation: how to finance a sustainable infrastructure

The Swiss Energy Council, WEC’s Swiss committee, was a supporting organisation for the 2nd Sustainable Infrastructure Financing Summit, held in Basel, Switzerland, on 21–22 February.  This was the second time that the Swiss Energy Council has supported the summit, the last one held in 2010. The recent summit, with its substantial delegations from Asia, showed […]

Posted on 1 March 2012