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Energy Efficiency Progress Needs Further Acceleration

Over the last 15 years’ energy efficiency improvements have saved the world 3.1 gigatonnes (Gtoe) of primary energy consumption and 7Gt of Co2, in 2014 equating to 23% of global energy consumption and 21% of global Co2 emissions in 2014. At an official UN side event held in the side-lines of the COP22 negotiations in […]

Posted on 17 November 2016

World Energy Council increases its presence in South East Asia

Leading power companies convened in Singapore to officially launch the new Singaporean member committee of the World Energy Council on 10 November. With Singapore setting ambitious goals to reduce energy emissions intensity and stabilise greenhouse gas emissions outlined in the COP21 accord agreed in Paris, the Council’s Singaporean member committee and its constituent organisations will […]

Posted on 9 November 2016

Future Energy leaders declare Vision for the Future at 23rd World Energy Congress closing ceremony

Talented young energy professionals had an amazing opportunity to declare their Vision for the Future of the energy sector during the closing ceremony of the 23rd World Energy Congress in Istanbul on 13 October. Having combined their efforts to define an overall Future Energy Leaders (FEL) vision for years to come, the members of the […]

Posted on 13 October 2016

Increase in renewables has led to an unprecedented change in energy supply

The energy landscape has changed with most countries achieving a more diversified energy mix as well as a growth in community ownerships and an evolution of micro grids. A new World Energy Resources report launched at the 23rd World Energy Congress on 12 October reveals that the unexpectedly high growth in the renewable energies market, […]

Posted on 12 October 2016

World Energy Resources Report : Increase in renewables has led to an unprecedented change in energy supply

The new World Energy Resources report launched at the 23rd World Energy Congress on 12 October reveals that the unexpectedly high growth in the renewable energies market, in terms of investment, new capacity and high growth rates in developing countries, is a key factor in this notable shift. It has contributed to falling prices and the increased decoupling of economic growth and GHG emissions.

Posted on 12 October 2016

2016 Energy Trilemma Index ranking shows global energy sector shifting priorities towards more balanced energy mix

With 9 out of the top 10 countries being from Europe, the NEW 2016 Energy Trilemma Index shows that EU cooperation on long term policy contributes to regional Trilemma success. The Index provides a comparative ranking of 125 countries in terms of their ability to provide secure, affordable and environmentally sustainable energy systems. Find out now where you country ranks and how to improve its score!

Posted on 11 October 2016

World Energy Scenarios 2016 report: Global energy demand growth set to fall

Per capita energy demand will peak before 2030, finds a new World Energy Council report launched at the 23rd World Energy Congress in Istanbul . This is in stark contrast to historic growth levels, which have seen global demand for energy more than double since 1970. Technological innovation, government policies and lower growth expectations will have […]

Posted on 10 October 2016

World Energy Council issues Call to Action ahead of 23rd World Energy Congress

The World Energy Council has issued a statement calling on the energy sector to embrace a historic opportunity to redefine the energy contract. The 7 new realities for energy highlighted in the statement conclude in the call for action: Leaders and society need to embrace these new realities and strive for continued innovation while maintaining stable investment frameworks.

Posted on 9 October 2016

New cyber resilience report : energy sector prime target for cyber-attacks

Addressing cyber risks in the energy sector is critical not only to energy security, but is also vital for a resilient state and economy; finds a new World Energy Council report. The report highlights that energy companies have seen a massive increase in the number of successful cyber-attacks over the past year.

Posted on 28 September 2016

New report on variable renewables: Answers to the integration challenge

Renewables, including hydro, now account for over 30% of the total global installed power generation capacity and 23% of total global electricity production. In the past 10 years, wind and solar PV have witnessed an explosive average annual growth of 23% and 50% respectively, although their combined contribution to the global electricity supply is currently […]

Posted on 19 September 2016

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