The World Energy Council is scanning signals of change from around the world to see through the current fog of uncertainty, enhance a strategic conversation on different energy futures and enable orderly global energy transition as the world emerges from crisis. Help to shape the post-pandemic agenda by detecting and sharing signals of change.
Collaboration aiming at a return to normality #WEpause
A turn away from globalisation to revive local economies #WErewind
Collaborative opportunities for transformation #WEforward
Diverse approaches to create a human-centred transition #WErerecord
Signals in each scenario are further divided into five types: environment, political, economic, social, technology.
South Korea plans to end its dependence on coal and replace it with renewables as part of its Green New Deal
South Korea’s president, Moon Jae-in, has declared that the country will go carbon neutral by 2050, bringing it into line with other major economies.
28 Oct 2020