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Connecting Future Energy Leaders

The 2nd conference of the European Energy Students Network (ESSN) held in Berlin on 20 May, supported by the German Member committee of the World Energy Council, convened more than 100 young energy professionals and students from 12 countries in Europe, to explore future developments within the energy sector. In a panel discussion on nurturing […]

Posted on 21 July 2017

To coincide with G20 Hamburg, Christoph Frei explains why innovation policies are key to driving progress on the Energy Trilemma goals

To coincide with G20 Hamburg, Christoph Frei explains …

Posted on 13 July 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

Energiewende is an inspiration, but not a blueprint for the world

German energy policy is noticed widely abroad. However, a majority of energy professionals do not see German energy policies as a global blueprint according to a recently published survey by the German member committee of the World Energy Council. The Survey, German energy policy – a blueprint for the world, found that internationally, a large […]

Posted on 24 January 2017